Improve Your English: English in the Workplace: Hear and see how English is actually spoken--from real-life speakers

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 1, 2008 - Reference - 144 pages
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A revolutionary new DVD that teaches you practical English using real conversations

Improve Your English: English in the Workplace combines the video advantages of DVDs with the educational benefits of fluent American English speakers in unscripted interviews. You will benefit from hearing real people--men and women from various regions and occupations--having spontaneous conversations about the workplace, their jobs, and careers. The DVD also has a transcript and workbook designed to refine your listening and speaking skills.

Includes one 120-minute DVD.


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Chapter 1 What Kind of Work Do You Do? Part I
Chapter 2 What Kind of Work Do You Do? Part II
Chapter 3 An Average Day
Chapter 4 Looking for Work
Chapter 5 Interviewing for a Job
Chapter 6 Training for a Job
Chapter 7 Communication at Work
Chapter 8 Dressing for Work
Chapter 9 Problems at Work
Chapter 10 Technology at Work

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About the author (2008)

Stephen E. Brown is an experienced developer of multimedia language programs in a variety of languages.

Ceil Lucas is a sociolinguist and professor of linguistics at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC.

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