Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.
A: Hello, Doctor Miller. It's nice to meet you.
B: Please call me Peter.
A: OK. Are you a medical doctor? It must be helpful when you sell medical equipment.
B: Actually, no. My doctorate was in electronic engineering, but it's still helpful for me when I sell our equipment.
Good morning, everyone. I'm happy to be here today to tell you about our new project. My name is Alessandro Rossi. I'm the project leader on the Starlight programming project.
Pleased to meet you. Here's my card. My real name is Megumi Tanaka, but people who are not from my country think it's difficult to say my name, so I use another name, Meg, when I'm working internationally.
Hello, everyone. My name's Andres Mulligan. I'm very happy to be joining this team for the next few months and learning more about research and development.
The business card has ID, Name, Date of birther, gender
Hard to listen when Megumi was speaking
Greetings to all from Argentina.
I have a question:
In task 1 the choice of "Megumi thinks her real name is difficult to say.
" That's not true ?
Megumi herself doesn't think her name is difficult to say; it's some other people who find it difficult.
It's a tricky question!
All the best,
I'm confused about the same
Typically, a business card in my country includes the person's name, job title, company name and address, phone number, and email address.
in our country people write on their cards, first name and last name, lever of educations, job, telephone number, and office address.
Usually we can see job titles, email addresses, phone numbers etc in our country's peoples business cards. Sometimes, educational qualifications are also shown there.
level is very good. I had trouble pronouncing the word "helpful"
There are name, title, email, phone number, the role in the company and the name of the company. Sometimes there is a description of what the company does.