Applied Linguistics (Oxford Introduction to Language Study by Guy Cook

By Guy Cook

This e-book addresses the main urgent and debatable matters surrounding modern language use at the present time, together with intercultural verbal exchange, political persuasion, new applied sciences, the expansion of English, language in schooling and overseas language educating and studying.

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Gerhard works as a receptionist. Sandra works in education. 121 Isabelle works in a French restaurant. 12 Jobs | Tip | • Use work for when you talk about the company or organisation where someone is employed. • Use work as + job. • Use work in + kind of activity. • Also, use work in with words like bank, hotel, hospital or factory. 1 He has worked 2 Have you worked an air traffic controller. the food industry? 3 At the moment, he is working a travel agency. 4 Would you like to work mechanical engineering?

I'm afraid I (not / finish)7 yet, but I (already / select)8 eight candidates, all with the right qualifications and experience. Rose: Very good. interview yet? (you / invite)9 them for Michelle: Well, no. I (think)™ you'd like to have a look at all the applications yourself first. Rose: I won't be back in the office till Friday, I'm afraid, so just go ahead, Michelle. You know I trust you 200%! Michelle: Thanks. OK then. I'll finish selecting candidates and invite them for interview as soon as I (finish)" the conference programme.

3 be When somebody gives you their business card, you 5 look at it and read it carefully. You 6 write on it, because Japanese people think this is very impolite. Some advice about meetings - you 7 worry about silences during a meeting. You 8 respect those silences. And finally, remember that you 9 make too much eye contact. could / would Q A business person is entertaining a colleague at home. Complete these conversation extracts with Could I / Could you or Would you. 1 A: This chocolate mousse is delicious.

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