Business Reports in English
Cambridge University Press, 1984 - Foreign Language Study - 90 pages
A task-based approach is applied in this course for those who have to read or write reports. The six extended units cover the successive stages in writing a report, from collecting information, using statistics, organising and presenting material to recommending and summarising. The stages are lined in to job functions common to any commercial field, ranging from production to finance and marketing. An appendix on report structure is included.
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Collecting the information Administration
Selecting and organising the Personnel
Presenting findings Finance
Concluding and recommending Marketing and sales
Summarising General business
Appendix Routine writing tasks
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