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Business visits

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New words

 

Excuse me… - Вибачте…

I’m sorry - Вибачте (співчуваю)

I am from (He is from…) - Я з…(Він з…) (країни, міста, компанії)

To reserve, to book - замовляти, резервувати (номер у готелі, квиток на літак тощо)

Let me introduce myself. - Дозвольте представитись.

Let me introduce you to Mr. White. - Дозвольте представити Вас містеру Уайту.

Let me introduce Mr. White to you. - Дозвольте представити Вам містера Уайта.

Staff, personnel - штат, персонал, співробітники

I’d like you to meet Mr. White - Я би хотів, щоб Ви познайомились з містером Уайтом.

Glad to meet you. – So am I. - Радий познайомитись. – Я також.

Would you like something to drink? - Не бажаєте чогось випити?

By the way… - До речі…

Let’s get down to business - Давайте перейдемо до справи.

Goods - товари

That’s why… - Ось чому… .

First of all… - Перш за всього… .

I have an appointment with… - У мене назначена ділова зустріч з … .

At your disposal - у Вашому розпорядженні

  1. to talk - розмовляти

talk - розмова, бесіда

business talk - ділова бесіда

to have a business talk - мати ділову бесіду

  1. to receive - отримувати

receptionist - секретар (в приймальні)

  1. to take a seat - сідати
  2. to ring (rang, rung) - дзвонити

to ring (through) to the office - дзвонити в офіс

  1. to expect - очікувати
  2. to make somebody, up to the office - проводити кого-небудь в офіс наверх

to take somebody, to the office - проводити кого-небудь в офіс

to take somebody down - проводити кого-небудь вниз

  1. straight away - зразу ж, негайно
  2. floor - поверх
  3. to move in - в’їхати

to move into this building - в’їхати в цю будівлю

  1. impressive - вражаючий
  2. age - століття

We haven’t met for ages. - Ми давно не бачились.

  1. trip - поїздка

business trip - ділова поїздка

to have a good trip - добре з’їздити

  1. smooth - спокійний
  2. nasty - кепський (поганий)
  3. to hate - ненавидіти
  4. It can’t be helped - Нічого не поробиш.
  5. to get down to business - приступити до справи

Dialog:

 

When one businessman washes to have a business talk with another and to visit him he first is to make an appointment either by telephone or by exchanging letters.

 

Here is an example of how a business visit is carried out:

 

Receptionist: Good morning, sir.

Mr. Hill: Good morning, I have an appointment wit Mr. James. My name is Mr. Hill. Could you tell me where his office is.

Receptionist: Please take a seat for a moment, sir. I’ll ring through to hit office and tell him you are hers.

Mr. Hill: Thank you so much. I hope he is expecting me.

Receptionist: Mr. Hill, Mr. James secretary is just coming down to meet you. She’ll take you up to his office.

Mr. James’ secretary: Mr. Hill?

Mr. Hill: That’s right. Good morning.

Mr. James’ secretary: Good morning, Sir. If you’d like to come with me we can go up straight away.

Mr. Hill: Thank you. Which way?

Mr. James’ secretary: This way, please.

Mr. Hill: Oh. Is it the twentieth floor?

Mr. James’ secretary: You are quite right. The twentieth floor. It’s our new office. We have moved in this month.

Mr. Hill: It’s a very impressive building.

Mr. James’ secretary: Here we are. This way, please. Mr. James, Mr. Hill.

Mr. James: Good morning. I’m happy to see you. We haven’t met for ages. How are you?

Mr. Hill: Good morning, Mr. James. I’m glad to see you too. I’m fin. And I hope you are quite all right.

Mr. James: Thank you. I hope you had a very good trip.

Mr. Hill: You are quite right. It was very smooth. Though when I left London it was rather warm but here in New York the weather is not vey good.

 

Mr. James: Oh. It’s nasty. We hate it. But it can’t be helped

Mr. Hill: Then we should better get down to business.


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