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Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
Week 11   international markets
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  • 1. Week 11 – International Markets Practical Business English professor hayashi
  • 2. TradeTrade  review  vocabulary  language review  quick role play
  • 3. ReviewReview 1) Fill in the blank: A proper _________ should not include your picture, blood type, or family history. You need it to pop in order to secure an ____________ with your potential employer. This will be your first and second impression with the company. Don’t forget to include a _________ ______ that highlights your skills in a personal way and is addressed to your interviewer. Hopefully you will get the job and pass the 3-6 month __________________ to be hired full time. resume interview covering letter probationary period
  • 4. ReviewReview  Which of the following verbs are usually followed by the infinitive? a) intend, appreciate, forget b) recommend, expect, guarantee c) claim, guarantee, hope d) expect, promise, delay
  • 5.  Shout out items NOT included on an American resume!  photo  family information  blood type  birthday
  • 6. ReviewReview  What are the 5 secrets to a job interview according to the video we watched? 1) You need energy 2) Say things most likely to impress 3) Avoid clichés 4) Make your answers short 5) Ask interviewer smart questions
  • 7. ReviewReview Tell me some tips on answering these job interview questions:  Tell me about yourself.  What are your strengths?  What are your weaknesses?  Do you have any questions?
  • 8. Starting up!Starting up!
  • 9. Vocabulary – Pg. 83Vocabulary – Pg. 83  Exercise B 1) controls 2) taxes 3) liberalise 4) barriers 5) borders 6) customs
  • 10. Try exercise E in pairs Vocabulary – Pg. 83Vocabulary – Pg. 83 Open Markets (Trade without restrictions on the movement of goods) Protected Markets (Trade with restrictions on the movement of goods, for example, import taxes) open borders barriers free port developing industries dumping tariffs laissez-faire strategic industries liberalise restrictions deregulation quotas customs subsidise regulations
  • 11. Vocabulary – Pg. 84Vocabulary – Pg. 84  Exercise F 1. e 2. d 3. f 4. b 5. g 6. c 7. a
  • 12. Language Review – Pg. 86Language Review – Pg. 86  Let’s review page 86 Exercise A: 1.If you give us a discount of 10%, we’ll place a firm order. 2.Will you deliver by the end of the month if we pay the transport costs? 3.If you lower your price by 5%, we’ll buy at least 5,000 units. 4.Would it help you if we sent the goods by air? 5.If you don’t improve your delivery times, we’ll have to find a new supplier. 6.If we joined an association of producers, we would get a better price for our coffee.
  • 13. Skills – NegotiatingSkills – Negotiating page 87 exercise Cpage 87 exercise C  Ready Yourself  Explore Each Other’s Needs  Signal for Movement  Probe with Proposals  Exchange Concessions  Close the Deal  Tie up Loose Ends  RESPECT
  • 14. Your turn!Your turn!  Use the “Useful Language” on page 88  Create a silly role play where your group negotiates – those that use the most useful language wins!
  • 15. Homework!Homework!  Do the “Unit 9 – International Markets” exercises on page 95 – vocabulary, conditions, skills

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