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Curso de Inglês para Empresas Gama APP - nível 1B

 

 Um Curso de inglês comercial - nível elementar

 

 

UNIT 16                                          It’s a busy life

Object pronouns

What do you do?

Contrasting the present tenses

too much / not enough

how often?

every

A few times/a couple of times

(amount) a (day, week)

work/office vocabulary

Describing and asking about work activities

Describing frequency

Making suggestions/recommendations

Making a short presentation

What people do at work

 

UNIT 17                                          airports

if (zero conditional)

through

to open/close, open/closed

Past simple tense (to be and regular verbs)

Air travel vocabulary (fly, land, take off …)

Dealing with airport situations (customs and immigration, flight schedules, airport services)

Discussing travel habits

At an airport

 

UNIT 18                                          what happened?

Past simple tense (did/didn’t, had)

Regular past simple questions (did you... ?)

Work/basic industrial vocabulary

Describing actions in an office

Describing actions in a factory

Describing reasons for business travel

Business action

 

UNIT 19                                          destination – business

Imperative

why/because

How?

get on/off

until/towards/after/at

Travel reservation and ticket vocabulary

Describing business facilities

Using public transportation

Making travel arrangements

A business trip to London

  

UNIT 20                                          interactions

Personal status / family vocabulary (married, single, children …)

have got

Past simple tense (irregular verbs – ate, drank, made, wrote, saw, thought ...)

Hotel vocabulary

Checking in and out at a hotel

Understanding hotel facilities

Informal conversation with colleagues

Asking/answering about family and background

Taking a taxi

A convention at a hotel

 

UNIT 21                                          economic facts

much / many / a lot / a little / a few

Relative pronouns (who, which, where)

Basic industry-sector vocabulary (consumer, trade, tourism …)

Describing an economy

Describing relative quantities

Referring to statistics and approximate figures

Macro-economic analysis

 

 

UNIT 22                                          finding your way

straight on/ahead, along, over, turn right/left, on the right/left, in front of, next to, opposite / across from, behind, between

Building vocabulary (floor, elevator, stairs …)

Street vocabulary (corner, intersection …)

Describing locations in town

Asking for and giving directions in town

Asking for and giving directions in a building

Finding your way

 

UNIT 23                                          fluctuations

too/ (not ...) enough

well/badly

when (if)

Basic financial vocabulary (stock, lend, investment…)

Graph vocabulary (increase, go up…)

Discussing investment performance

Describing current trends

Describing business theories

The financial markets

 

UNIT 24                                          globalization

Comparatives (…er, than, more/less, better/worse)

Superlatives (…est, the most/least, the best/worst)

different / the same

Basic global-market vocabulary

Describing reasons for change

Describing a business model

Using economic indicators

Globalization

  

UNIT 25                                          specifications and characteristics

(not) as … as

the same as

without …ing

how long/wide/high?, length/width/height, area/volume, weigh/weight

Vocabulary for specifications

Describing a product range

Giving a technical specification

Discussing job and staff profiles

Technical specifications

 

UNIT 26                                          information technology

gerund as object

some/any/no

something/anything/nothing

somebody/anybody/ nobody (…one)

such as/like

Basic IT vocabulary

Describing job responsibilities

Checking on customer needs

Presenting a product

Dealing with problems

Information technology

 

 

UNIT 27                                          appointments and plans

Is … convenient?

I’m afraid…

that suits me.

Present continuous with future meaning - going to, (I’m looking forward to) ...-ing

want/would like me/you to…

Vocabulary for planning

Arranging an appointment

Presenting a business plan

Questioning plans

Making arrangements for a meeting

Appointments and plans

 

UNIT 28                                          business planning

Phrasal verbs

able to

Vocabulary for business plans

Describing a career history

Describing a company history

Business planning

 

UNIT 29                                          Traveling for business

shall I?

Vocabulary for business travel

Describing a business trip

Complaining (in a hotel)

Describing problems (by email)

Business trips and dealing with problems

  

UNIT 30                                          Forecasting

will/won’t

...’ll

have to

maybe

Vocabulary for forecasts, speculations and spontaneous decisions

Opening a presentation,

Giving a professional opinion

Questioning proposals

Requesting information in writing

Giving written confirmation

Forecasting (in the oil-exploration business)