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Cambridge Business English Activities Book

British English

Cambridge Business English Activities Book

Series: Cambridge Copy Collection
Author: Cordell, Jane
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780521587341
Publication Date: 2000
Level: A2 Elementary to C1 Advanced
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This photocopiable resource is packed with interesting, ready-to-use activities. It offers a variety of pair and group activities to practise the most common functions and language of business, from socialising and eating out to negotiating and marketing.

• time-saving, ready-made activities at a range of levels

• opportunity for genuinely learner centred situations and fun material

• flexible approach enables maximum student participation
1
FINDING OUT ABOUT YOUR STUDENTS
1.1
Four skills needs analysis
1.2
This is me
1.3
Personality scales
1.4
Graph skills analysis
1.5
Identity swap
2
Socializing in English
2.1
Introducing yourself and others
2.2
Restaurant board game
2.3
Question and answer Pelmanism
2.4
Asking questions
3
Using the phone
3.1
A telephone maze
3.2
Phone quartets
3.3
What not to do
4
Business writing
4.1
Formal or in....
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formal?
4.2
Writing a CV
4.3
A letter to correct
4.4
A group letter
4.5
Keeping it brief
5
Making decisions
5.1
Bingo diaries
5.2
Napoleon's decision making
5.3
How shall we market it?
5.4
A meeting
Negotiating
6.1
Conditionals in a negotiation
6.2
Someone else's shoes
7
Describing CHANGE
7.1
The crystal ball game
7.2
A company's progress
7.3
Graph dictations
8
DESCRIBING COMPANIES AND JOBS
8.2
Describe an organigram
8.2
Talking pictures
8.3
My working day
9
DESCRIBING PROCESSES
9.1 A roof over your head
9.2
The process jigsaw
10
Making comparisons
10.1
The best offer
10.2
Selling yourself
11
Pronunciation
11.1
Intonation patterns
11.2
A phonemic phone call
11.3
Strong or weak?
12
Giving feedback to your students
12.1
A memo to your students
12.2
Pairs to compare
13
Giving advice
13.1
When it goes wrong
13.2
Business scruples
14
Using numbers
14.1
Number noughts and crosses
14.2
Checking the details
14.3
Shared number dictations
14.4
Testing each other.
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