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2022-05-10

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职场英语口语对话:向上级汇报 第一篇

YURI: I'm sorry I can’t bring better news, sir. The site is a disaster.

MR. SMITH: That's what I was afraid of.

YURI: It is not only the earthquake, sir. But the mudslides.

Much of the north half of the site has been covered over by mud.

MR. SMITH: Mud? But Ivan told me there were no mudslides in that district.

I thought all the mudslides were down in Chichitango.

YURI: That's what we thought, sir. That’s what the news reported.

But there was one little mudslide in our district too. Right above our site.

MR. SMITH: Oh, that's terrible! What bad luck!

I wish we had never come to this country.

But, if it isn't the strikes and the revolutionaries, it’s the earthquakes.

Our operations here are finished!

YURI: I'm sorry, sir.

MR. SMITH: It's not your fault, Yuri.

But tell me. When will Ivan be able to get out there?

YURI: Well, it took me about nine hours to get back here by car.

If Ivan leaves tonight, I think he should be there by tomorrow lunch.

MR. SMITH: Good. I want an estimate of damages as soon as possible.

YURI: But sir……

MR. SMITH: Yes, Yuri?

YURI: I wouldn't recommend sending Ivan now.

Especially not at night. The roads aren't safe.

MR. SMITH: Has the earthquake damaged the bridges too?

YURI: No, sir. The bridges are fine.

But I've heard rumors that the revolutionaries are coming down from the mountains.

There has been fighting, sir.

MR. SMITH: Are you serious? Fighting? But I didn't hear anything on the news.

YURI: You know the government controls the press here, sir. They don't want it reported.

MR. SMITH: Oh, this is terrible, Yuri. Terrible!

So we can't even assess the damages. How can we do business in this country?

Either we're buried under mud, or we’re in danger of getting kidnapped.

No, I can't believe this mess!

YURI: I'm sorry, sir.

MR. SMITH: You don't have to keep saying that, Yuri. It’s not your fault.

But me——I'm the one who should be sorry.

It was me who suggested operations here in the first place! Oh, what can we do?

史密斯:嗯,尤里,告诉我怎么一回事。

尤里:我很抱歉我不能带来好一点的消息。工地的情况很糟糕。

史密斯:这就是我所担心的。

尤里:并不只是地震,还有塌方。

大部分在北半边的工地已被泥浆给掩埋了。

史密斯:泥浆?但艾文告诉我在那个区域没有塌方。

我以为所有的塌方都在 Chichitango.

尤里:那是我们认为的。新闻是那样报导的。

但只有一点塌方在我们的区域,就在我们工地的上方。

史密斯:喔,那真是太可怕了!真是运气不好!

我真希望我们从未来过这个国家。

如果不是罢工和群众运动,就是地震。

我们的运作要完蛋了!

尤里:我很抱歉。

史密斯:这并不是你的错,尤里。

但告诉我,艾文什么时候才能到达那里?

尤里:嗯,一共花了我九个小时从那里开回来。

如果艾文今晚动身,我想他应该可以在明天中饭左右到达。

史密斯:很好,我想尽快估计一下损坏情况。

尤里:但是先生……

史密斯:什么事,尤里。

尤里:我并不建议现在就派艾文去。

特别是在晚上,路上并不很安全。

史密斯:地震有破坏到桥吗?

尤里:没有,桥还很好。

但我听到一些谣传有关群众运动将会由山区。

已有打斗了。

史密斯:你是认真的吗?打斗?但我没有听到任何新闻报导。

尤里:你知道这里控制着媒体,他们不想被报导出来。

史密斯:喔,这太可怕了,尤里。太可怕了!

所以我们连评估损坏都不行。我们要如何在这个国家做生意呢?

我们不是被泥浆活埋,就是担心会遭到。

不,我不能相信这个乱象!

尤里:我很抱歉。

史密斯:你不需要一直说抱歉,尤里。这并不是你的错。

但我……我才应该感到抱歉。

是我当初提议到这里来经营的。喔,我们该怎么办呢?

职场英语口语对话:公司前台接待常用英语对话 第二篇

Rose 就是 Modern Office Ltd。公司的前台,现在我们来看看她是怎样接待来访客人的吧。

Dialogue 1

Mr. Hussein 与 Rose 所在公司的销售经理 Mr. Shelli 预约在11:30会面,看 Rose 怎样接待如约前来的 Mr. Hussein。

ROSE: Good morning. Can I help you?

MR HUSSEIN: Good morning. Is this Modern Office Ltd.?

ROSE: Yes it is。

MR HUSSEIN: I have an appointment with the Sales Manager at 11: 30.

ROSE: May I have your name, please?

MR HUSSEIN: Hussein. Omar Hussein. I'm from the Gulf Trading Company。

ROSE: Let me see...Ah yes, Mr. Hussein. Please take a seat, Mr. Hussein. I'll tell the Manager's Secretary you are here。

(DIALS)

MARIA: Mr. Shelli's Office。

ROSE: Hello Maria, this is Reception. Mr. Omar Hussein is here. He has an appointment with Mr. Shelli at 11:30.

MARIA: Mr. Omar Hussein?

ROSE: Yes, he's from the Gulf Trading Company。

MARIA: Oh, yes, that's right. I'll come and fetch him now。

ROSE: Thanks. (REPLACES PHONE) Mr. Shelli's secretary is coming down now。

MR HUSSEIN: Thank you。

MARIA: Mr. Hussein?

MR HUSSEIN: Yes, that's right。

MARIA: I'm the Sales Manager's secretary. Please come this way. I'll take you to his office。

职场英语口语 第30期:鼓励和安慰 第三篇

经常会看到同事因为不顺心的事情而心情低落。如果在这个时候你能走上前安慰并鼓励他的话,一方面是出于礼貌的需要,另一方面也可以令同事和领导都觉得你很懂得关心别人哦。

Come on. It’s still not the end of the world, isn’t it?

好啦别灰心,至少现在还不是世界末日,不是吗?

Face the music. And you can do it.

面对问题吧,你可以的。

I’ll back you up no matter what’s happening.

不管怎样我都会支持你。

It’s alright. These things happened.

没事啦。这种事常常会发生的。常用美容词汇

Acne/Spot 青春痘用品

Active 赋活用

After sun 日晒后用品

Alcohol-free 无酒精

Anti- 抗、防

Anti-wrinkle 抗老防皱

Balancing 平衡酸碱

Clean-/Purify- 清洁用

Combination 混合性皮肤

Dry 干性皮肤

Essence 精华液

Facial 脸部用

Fast/Quick dry 快干

Firm 紧肤

Foam 泡沫

Gentle 温和的

Hydra- 保湿用

Long lasting 持久性

Milk 乳

Mult- 多元

Normal 中性皮肤

Nutritious 滋养

Oil-control 抑制油脂

Oily 油性皮肤

Pack 剥撕式面膜

Peeling 敷面剥落式面膜

Remover 去除、卸妆

Repair 修护

Revitalite 活化

Scrub 磨砂式去角质

Sensitive 敏感性皮肤

Solvent 溶解

Sun block 防晒用

Toning lotion 化妆水

Trentment 修护

Wash 洗

Waterproof 防水

coetic applicators/accessories 工具

coetic brush, face brush 粉刷

powder puffs 粉扑

sponge puffs 海绵扑

brow brush 眉刷

lash curler 睫毛夹

eye shadow brush/shadow applicator 眼影刷

lip brush 口红刷

blush brush 胭脂扫

pencil sharpener 转笔刀

electric shaver-for women 电动剃毛器

electric lash curler 电动睫毛卷

brow template 描眉卡

facial tissue 纸巾

oil-Absorbing Sheets 吸油纸

cotton pads 化装棉

Q-tips 棉签How Much for a Season Pass?

宿舍季度通行证

A new dorm rule was announced.

新宿舍规范了。

“The female dormitory will be out-of-bounds for all male students, so too the male dormitory to the female students.

“女生宿舍将全面谢绝男生的光顾,男生宿舍也同样不得进入女生。”

"Anybody caught breaking this rule will be fined $20 the first time."

"不论是谁,一旦违规,初犯将被罚款20美元。”

"Anybody caught breaking this rule the second time will be fined $60."

"第二次违规者要被罚款60美元。"

"Being caught a third time will incur a hefty fine of $180. Are there any questions?"

第三次被抓住需要交180美元的罚款。还有什么疑问没有?”

"At this, a male student in the crowd inquires, “Er... How much for a season pass?"

"这时人群中一个男同学问讯道,“那么一个季度通行证需要多少钱?”

Notes: 注释

Out of bounds: 禁止入内的

To Incur: to cause 招致什么样的后果

Hefty: heavy; considerable size or amount, 重型, 很巨大的一笔钱财

职场英语口语 第49期:加班 第四篇

加班,也许是某些人很头疼的事情,别人休息的时候自己还要继续工作,非常辛苦。可也有人不这么认为,因为加班往往有双倍工资,或者是调休。下面就让我们来看看和加班有关的内容。

I’ve worked a great deal of overtime this month.

这个月我加了很多的班。

I can get a two-day off, for I was working overtime last weekend.

我可以有两天的倒休,因为我上周末加班了。

轻松一刻

The reason to stay at work all night

Go into the other gender’s bathroom without fear of being caught.

进入异性的洗手间再也不用担惊受怕啦。

Finally, a chance to live out a dream and pretend to be the boss.

终于可以实现自己的梦想,有了假装老板的机会。面试容易忽略的细节

找工作的人常为面试烦扰。过于紧张会让您忽略到一些细节问题,而这些细节问题有可能非常重要。Looking for jobs is a painful thing, but nearly every one must do it at least once a lifetime. Anyway, there are some points a person must remember to succeed in having an interview.

To begin with, it is not a good idea to be late. People don’t think very highly of the one who arrives twenty minutes late, or explaining that he couldn’t find the street and that his watch was slow. The wise one studies the place the day before, or make sure that he can find the street, the building, the right floor, and the office; at the same time, he looks around to examine what the employees are wearing and how they work. Next day he arrives early. It does not matter if someone recognizes him and mentions his first visit to her boss. On the contrary, the eager fellow can only be regarded as art, thoughtful, and well organized - three points in his favor before he has said a word.

Then, appearance. It is most important for one to be dressed properly and to look alive- pleasant, interested. It is also very important to look at people in the eyes because this "eye contact’ can strongly suggest that one is honest and open-minded. A few other points are regularly mentioned by the gum or oke during an interview; they should not sit down before being invited to do so. It is even worse to examine the objects on the desk while the manager is answering the telephone, to listen to the conversation - and perhaps offer a comment afterwards. This is definitely not the time to joke, or to interrupt the interviewer in mid-sentence面试对策:工作习惯与方式

工作习惯与方式方面的问题也是面试中常常会问到的,比如问你能否在压力下工作、能否接受加班等等。对于这类问题的回答,下面给大家提供一些tips。

1. If I spoke with your previous boss, what would he say are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?

对策:Emphasize your skills, and don't be overly negative about your weaknesses. It's always safer to identify a lack of a skill as an area for improvement rather than a shortcoming.

2. Can you work under pressures, deadlines, etc.?

对策:Yes, it's a way of life in business. Be sure to cite examples of your success.

3. How have you changed the nature of your job?

对策:Explain how you have improved the efficiency, productivity, and the like.

4. Do you prefer staff or line work? Why?

对策:It depends on the job and its challenges.

5. In your present position, what problems have you identified that had previously been overlooked?

对策:Keep it brief and don't brag.

6. Do you feel you might be better off in a different size company? Different type company?

对策:It depends on the job -- elaborate slightly.

7. How do you resolve conflict on a project team?

对策:Explain that communication is important, and that you would first you discuss the issues privately.

8. What was the most difficult decision you ever had to make?

对策:Try to relate your response to the prospective employment situation.

职场英语口语对话:部门会议 第五篇

I have good news from Ms. Wells.

CANDY: Are we opening the new shop?

SHARON: Not just that, Candy.

Ms. Wells wants me to tell you that we will be opening two new shops.

CANDY: Two?

ANDREW: So fast?

SHARON: Yes, two. They've just decided on the second location.

And Ms. Wells wants to thank us especially.

CANDY: She is a very aggressive woman. Two shops at once!

How will they have the staff for that?

SHARON: That isn't our concern, Candy.

But Ms. Wells says she wanted to thank us especially.

She wants to take us to dinner this Saturday.

ANDREW: Great. So I guess our television ads worked.

SHARON: If we judge by April's sales, they worked almost miraculously.

ANDREW: That good?

SHARON: Yes. According to what Ms. Wells told me,

sales are up around 65% at all three stores.

CANDY: Excellent! And she thinks it was because of the TV ads?

SHARON: Yes. What else? She says she is very grateful for your idea, Andrew.

That concept was dynamite.

ANDREW: I thought we should promote more directly to younger women.

So it worked. I'm glad.

SHARON: Now we need to develop the concept more.

I'm thinking about more newspaper ads and billboards.

And maybe a new TV ad as well.

ANDREW: For newspaper ads, we will have to work with a different advertising agency.

The Tate Company only does television.

SHARON: I know that. Can you try to set up some meetings with other agencies, Candy?

CANDY: Sure. I'll call around. I just need to know your schedule.

SHARON: We'll have to work hard on this, you two.

Ms. Wells thinks we may be able to steal the market from the shopping malls.

So she wants to hit them hard, and hit them fast.

ANDREW: That sounds more like military strategy than makeup sales.

SHARON: Well, you know, Andrew——beauty products are like anything else.

Business is war, whatever you sell.

夏伦:嗯,你们两个。

我从威尔斯太太那儿听到好消息。

肯蒂:我们要开新的店吗?

夏伦:不止是那样,肯蒂。

威尔斯太太要我告诉你们我们将要开两家店。

肯蒂:两家?

安卓鲁:那么快?

夏伦:是的,两家。他们才刚决定第二家店的地点。

威尔斯太太特别要谢谢我们。

肯蒂:她是非常有冲劲的女人,同时开两家店!

他们要如何找到工作人员呢?

夏伦:那并不是我们所担心的,肯蒂。

但威尔斯太太说要特别谢谢我们。

她要在这个星期六带我们去晚餐。

安卓鲁:真好,所以我猜电视的有效了。

夏伦:如果我们从四月份的销售额来看,他们几乎创造了奇迹。

安卓鲁:那么好?

夏伦:是的。按威尔斯太太所告诉我的,

在三个店面销售都上升百分之六十五。

肯蒂:太好了!她相信是因为拜电视所赐的?

夏伦:是的。还有什么呢?她说她非常感谢你的构想,安德鲁。

那个概念真具性。

安卓鲁:我认为我们应该直接向年轻女性来推广。

这是有效的,我很高兴。

夏伦:现在我们需要再开发一些构想。

我在想有关报纸以及设立牌。

及一个新的电视。

安卓鲁:有关报纸,我们需要再找一个煌墓愀娲砩獭?br> 泰德公司只做电视。

夏伦:我知道。你可以再安排一些跟代理商的会谈吗,肯蒂?

肯蒂:当然,我会联系一下。我只是需要知道你的时间表。

夏伦:我们必须要在这方面很努力,你们两位。

威尔斯太太希望我们能够把百货公司的市场给抢过来。

她要大大地打击他们,而且要快速。

安卓鲁:那比较像军事战略而非化妆品的销售。

夏伦:嗯,你知道,安德鲁——化妆品就像其它的事情一样。

商场如战场,不管你是卖什么。

职场英语口语 第9期:送礼物 第六篇

职场英语·送礼物

A surprise for you. Hope you’ll like it.

给你惊喜哦,希望你会喜欢。

Here’s a souvenir for you. I bought from Beijing.

给你个纪念品,这可是我从北京带来的哦。

Wow, is it really for me? It’s just what I want.

这真的是送给我的吗?我一直想要这个呢。

That’s so nice of you. Shall I open it?

你太好啦,我能打开看看吗?送礼收礼实用英文表达

按英美的习俗,送礼物不但可以表示感激之情,也常用来作为联络感情的一种方法。无论是父子、夫妻、朋友、情侣,彼此都可以借互赠礼物来增进感情,且并不拘泥于任何形式。不少人甚至动手做上一份小小的礼物送给朋友或亲人。需要注意的是,这里送的都是表示情谊的小礼物,而不是有所图谋的贿赂。

接受礼物时,除了向对方道谢外,外国人,尤其是英美人士还习惯当场拆开礼物,并且礼貌地问一句May I open it? 礼物拆开后,再大大赞扬一番。

我们来看看送礼和收到礼物后常用的表达。

A Giving gifts送礼

1. This is a all present for your son.

这是送给你儿子的小礼物。

2. Here's a all souvenir from Beijing.

这是在北京买的小纪念品。

3. I have a surprise for you.

我要给你一个惊喜。

4. This is for you. I hope you'll like it.

这是给你的,希望你会喜欢。

5. Happy Birthday!

祝你生日快乐!(同时双手奉上礼物。)

B Receiving gifts接受礼物

1. Thank you. I like it very much.

谢谢。我很喜欢。

2. Thank you. May I open it?  

谢谢。我可以拆开吗?

3. Oh, a watch/xxxx! Is it really for me?

喔,一只表/xxxx!真的是给我的吗?

4. This is just what I want to have.

这正是我想要的。

5. It's so nice of you.

你真好。职场送礼技巧

虽然俗语有云:施比受更有福,但是,当人送来一份自己不喜欢的礼物,却仍要装出一副极欣慰感激的神态时,个中滋味的难受,自非笔墨所能形容。己所不欲,勿施于人,懂得送礼的技巧,才能达到大方得体的效果。

忘记送礼怎么办?用点巧思来弥补吧!效果可能比仓促送份礼来得大哦。我生日那天,有个朋友只对我说声“生日快乐”就没下文了。当时我并未在意,几天后,我正因某事而心烦时,她却悄悄送来一份礼物,卡片写着:“非生日快乐——即使是平常的日子,也愿你和那天一样快乐”,真的很令人感动呢。

1.了解别人的品位。要知道送礼不是使自己高兴,而是要让别人开心。任何实验别人口味的物品都不可作为送礼之选。

2.不可包含动机。应当尽量避免一些有影射性和含义的礼物。

3.始终还是新的好。因为没有人会喜欢收到二手货。

4.勿购“有用”的礼物。这个建议特别是相对那些只懂得买家庭用品给自己喜爱的女人的男士们。实用的礼物不但没有想像力,更没有心思。应该记住你是送礼物给一个人,而不是给这个家庭。

5.无论你的礼物是3元还是300元,都首先要撕掉价签。送一份明码标价的礼物,好像在提醒对方,我的这份礼可是花了多少多少钱。你在期待回赠吗?还是想做一笔等价交换、物有所值的生意?一般认为礼物上贴着价签,是不礼貌的。对想表达心意的你来说,也是不聪明的。

6.精心挑选包装。礼品不同于自用,好的内容重要,好的形式更添彩。送礼原则是尽可能地选漂亮包装。

7.相对来说,送女性礼物总是简单的,女人生活中的小零碎儿多,都是你送礼的好选择。女性天性的女儿性、妻性、母性,都可以在送礼中大加迎合。

8.尽管如此,送女性服装仍属于不智之举。不要说色彩和款式真是千人千好,难以揣摩,关键的障碍是尺码——瘦了固然麻烦,肥了也惹她不快:难道我就有这么胖吗?

9.把握好送礼时机。送礼可以有许多机会。我们每年只能给一个人送上一次生日礼物,但是没有什么能阻止我们在别的时间送上“非生日”礼品,长期以来,非生日礼物一直承担着增进感情,抚慰受伤心灵及修复破碎友谊的重任。

10.喜欢你送出的礼物。如果说连你自己都不喜欢某种礼物,便不应该让别人收到这种礼物。

11.搞搞新意思。如果要送礼给一个对什么也不感兴趣的人或什么也不缺的人,那真是最麻烦的事情。不妨动点脑筋,请他(她)去看一场极具吸引力的表演。

12.根据受礼人的职业,选购较为实际的礼物。

13.衡量合理价钱。这份礼物是因太便宜而失礼,其实礼物的价值应以你与收礼者的关系而衡量,以避免令双方尴尬。

14.个性化的礼物。自制的礼物是世上独一无二的,它会表达你的心思。

15.据说领带和腰带是不宜送给男性的,除非你和他有亲密关系。因为这些东西有要拴住对方的意思。依此类推,送女性项链好像也不太合适,更不用说戒指了。

16.送礼要在实用和不实用之间,掌握好度。对高人雅士,一卷书可能比什么都强,但雅人是越来越少啦。不过礼品到底是礼品,不宜实用过头。

17.避免送鲜货。即使是给热爱烹调的主妇送礼,也以不送鸡鸭鱼肉菜蔬为上。保鲜上的困难不说,它拿来就做、进口就吃的特性会让它作为礼物的意思大大蜕化。顺便说一句,送营养品、食品、化妆品应注意保质期,否则会很尴尬。

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