Today’s Awesome Class!• attendance / homework check• review• vocabulary• useful language• skit time !BREAK TIME!• MONEY!!• vocab/language review• case study
REVIEW - Question #1 – Vocab review DEFINITION WORDA company that is at least half-owned by another SubsidiarycompanyThe main building of an organization Head OfficeThe pyramid-like organization of a company HierarchyThe rigid structure of administration characterized Bureaucracyby rules, routine and concentration of authorityThe governing of an organization in which people Democracyhold the power and the majority rules
REVIEW – Question #2 – Multiple ChoiceWhich is the most suitable noun combination?1.a) the class of yesterday 4. a) a letter’s head b) yesterday’s class b) a letter of head c) yesterday class c) a letterhead2. a) a note of absence 5. a) a four-day week b) an absence’s note b) a week of four days c) a note’s absence c) a four week day3. a) a 3-stars hotel b) a hotel’s 3 star c) a 3-star hotel
Question #3 – Short AnswerImagine you are on a plane to Chicago.Introduce yourself to the person sitting besideyou.
VOCABULARY – page 33Hey friends! Let’s partner up and do exercise A, B & C! YAY FUN!Answers: down- de- up- re-Exercise A grade centralize grade organize size regulate train regulate develop launch locate structure
PARTNER WORK On page 43 and do exercise A & CANSWERS:EXERCISE A EXERCISE C1.decline, decrease, fall, drop 1.from, to2.double 2.by3.fluctuate 3.of4.gain, improve, increase, rise 4.at5.halve 5.of6.level off 6.of7.peak8.plummet9.recover10.rocket, jump11.triple
YOUR TURN! In groups, make a small presentation on this chart about something CREATIVE!
HOMEWORK! AWESOME!Visit the facebook group page: “Business English – Spring 2013”There will be “Business English Homework Questions” posted there.You should respond to a question for a homework point.Just click the ‘comments’ button under the post and write your response.Have fun!
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