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2022-05-13

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365天英语口语职场口语篇:久别与重逢 第一篇

【惯用单句】

1. 好久不见了!

It is been a long time.

2. 好长时间没有见面了

Long time no see!

3. 我有好几年没有见到你了!

I haven't seen you in years.

4. 很高兴再次见到你

It is nice to see you again.

5. 真没有想到在这里见到你

What a surprise to see you here!

6.这个世界真是太小了!

What a all world!

7. 能再遇到你真是有幸!

What luck run into you again!

8. 你一直忙些什么呢?

What have you been up to?

9. 近况如何?

How have you been doing lately?

10. 马马虎虎!

Just so so!

11. 到目前为止还好!

So far so good!

12. 还是老样子.

Same as usual!

【情景对话】

Accidental Meeting

Tom: Hello, Ann! Is that you?

Ann: Yes, it is. Hi, Tom! It's a real surprise to see you here.

Tom: It's been a long time! What's new?

Ann: Nothing much. What about you? Is everything going well?

Tom: Not bad I guess. I just got back from Hawaii.

Ann: How was it?

Tom: I had a good time. You seem to be in a hurry. Don't let me hold you up.

Ann: Sorry, I've got a meeting in half an hour.

Tom: Ok, I won't keep you then.

Ann: Great! It's good to see you. Goodbye!

Tom: Yes, stay in touch. Bye!

Ann: Give me your email, would you?

Tom: Sure! It's txyb@gmail.com.

职场英语口语对话:部门会议 第二篇

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。

英语口语职场口语篇:应聘经理 第三篇

1.我思想成熟,有活力,为人诚实。

I’m mature, dynamic and honest.

2.我聪明机智,上进心强,并具有很强的人际关系技巧。

I’m art, ambitious and have strong interpersonal skills.

3.我有极好的系统管理能力。

I have excellent ability of systematical management.

4.我个性审慎稳重,具有高度的责任感。

I have a sober personality and a high sense of responsibility.

5.我能和不同文化的人一起很好的工作。

I can work well with a multicultural workforce

6.我有很强的领导才能,并具有很强的集体精神。

I have strong leadership skills while also processing a great team spirit.

7.我很活跃,有首创和革新精神。

I’m active, creative and innovative.

8.我有较强的逻辑思维和分析能力。

I have good logical thinking and ytical skills.

9.我有良好的管理技巧和组织能力。

I have good managerial skills and organizational capabilities.

10.我工作很勤奋。

I word diligently.

11.这个工作是我梦寐以求的,而且我觉得我适合这个工作。

It’s the job I’ve been dreaming of and I feel suited to fill it.A:Good morning, I’m Daniel. I’m applying for the positon of manager.

B:Yes. Sit down, please. How did you learn about our company?

A:I got to know your company through such famous brands as LUx, LIPTON and WALLS. After making a customer survey, I was glad to find out how your products are appreciated by millions of Chinese.

B:Why would you like to work with us?

A:It’s the job I’m interested in. And your company is the best-known. Although I don’t have much experience as a manager, the job description you sent to me was very interesting. It’s a job I’ve been dreaming of and I feel suited to fill it.

B:Oh, really? Would you transfer to another company if it is not what you expected?

A:I don’t think so. As the saying goes, “A great oak needs deep roots.” I’m really interested in this job.

B:That’s fine. Thanks for coming to see us. I hope to be able to let you know about the job within the week.

365天英语口语职场:拒绝邀请 第四篇

1 我很想去,但我不能

I 'd love to , but I can't.

2 谢谢, 但不巧的是我已经有计划了

Thanks, but unfortunately I already have plans.

3 我希望我能去,但我那天还有个会议

I wish i could , but I will have a conference that day.

4 你真好,但我周五有个约会

It's very kind of you, but I have an appointment on Friday.

5 我已经答应今晚去见詹妮弗了, 不过还是要谢谢你。

I have already promised to meet Jannifer this evening, but thank you all the same

6 谢谢你邀请我,不过我实在是太累了。

Thank you very much for asking me, but I feel rather tired.

7 虽然我很想去 但恐怕下星期天我没空

Much as I should like to , I am afraid I won't be free next sunday.

8 我一整天都会很忙

I will be busy all day long.

9 我得加班

I have to work overtime.: Jane, I was wondering if you you had any plans for saturday afternoon.

B : A friend and I are planing to go out, why ? what's up?

A: There is a special exhibition of french sculptures at the museum, I was hoping you 'd like to come with me

B : I am afraid I can't I am going to be out all day.

A: What about sunday ?

B: i wish i could, but it's my mums birthday.

A: Mayne next week.

B:Much as I 'd like to, I am afraid i wont be free next week, I have a lot of work.

A: Sorry to hear that, I was really looking forward to spending some more time with you , I really enjoyed our last chat.

B: I am really sorry too, maybe I can give you a call sometime.

职场英语口语对话:向老板建议 第五篇

ARNOLD: Good morning.

MR. RAMIREZ: Would you like something to drink?

ARNOLD: No, thank you. I just had two cups of coffee at my desk.

MR. RAMIREZ: So, you're a serious coffee drinker.

ARNOLD: Yes, it keeps me going. Sometimes I think I'm addicted.

MR. RAMIREZ: Well, coffee isn't such a bad thing.

Everyone has to have something.

For me, it's cigars. Are you a cigar oker?

ARNOLD: No, I've tried them. But I’m not really a oker.

MR. RAMIREZ: Well, what would you like to talk to me about?

ARNOLD: I wanted to set up this meeting with you to discuss a little proposal.

MR. RAMIREZ: I'm glad when people have new ideas around here. Tell me about it.

ARNOLD: It is about the staff meetings.

You know how we have a staff meeting every Tuesday.

MR. RAMIREZ: Yes.

ARNOLD: Well, I have been thinking about it.

And I believe we could do things more efficiently here.

MR. RAMIREZ: What do you suggest?

ARNOLD: The way it is now, the staff from all four branches get together once a week.

We meet for one hour. But I think a lot of time is wasted in transportation.

MR. RAMIREZ: You mean because people have to go across town to get here.

ARNOLD: Yes. Some people spend half of the morning on the road.

MR. RAMIREZ: That's true. But our staff meetings are very important, Arnold.

I don't know how we can function without them.

ARNOLD: I think they are important too.

That's why I want people to have a better attitude about them.

MR. RAMIREZ: I know a lot of people think the meetings aren't too useful.

I'm aware of that.

ARNOLD: Here's what I propose.

I think we should meet once every two weeks, but meet for ninety minutes or more.

MR. RAMIREZ: Well.

ARNOLD: I also think the meetings should be more focused.

And I would be willing to take responsibility for that.

MR. RAMIREZ: You mean you want to run the meetings?

ARNOLD: No, not really run them. But I could help organize them.

I could discuss meeting topics with you, and then prepare a schedule for each meeting.

I could then send an e-mail to all the staff to explain the coming meeting.

This way the meetings would become more focused, and people would prepare better.

MR. RAMIREZ: Hmm. But we would meet every two weeks.

ARNOLD: I really think it would work.

The meetings could be longer, and better organized.

MR. RAMIREZ: I am not against the idea, Arnold.

It may really be more efficient, as you say. I'll tell you what we can do.

Why don't we try your proposal for a month, and see how it works.

ARNOLD: Excellent. I would be happy to get started on it.

MR. RAMIREZ: I will call the managers.

Then tomorrow I'll tell you when we can schedule our first meeting in this “new style.”

仑米先生:进来,阿诺。请坐。

阿诺:早安。

仑米先生:你要喝点什么吗?

阿诺:不了,谢谢你。我才喝了两杯咖啡。

仑米先生:所以,你是一个严重的咖啡爱好者。

阿诺:是的,它让我持续前进。有时候我认为我有点上瘾。

仑米先生:嗯,咖啡也不是一个坏事情。

每个人都要有所喜好。

像我,就是雪茄。你抽雪茄吗?

阿诺:不,我尝试过。但我并不是一个吸烟爱好者。

仑米先生:嗯,你想跟我说些什么呢?

阿诺:我想借着这个会谈跟你讨论一个提案。

仑米先生:我很高兴这里能有人提些新计划,告诉我是什么。

阿诺:是有关公司重要干部的会议。

你知道我们每个星期二的干部会议。

仑米先生:是的。

阿诺:嗯,我一直在想。

我相信我们可以做得更有效率些。

仑米先生:那你的建议是?

阿诺:现在的方法是,四个分公司的干部每一周都会来这里一次。

我们开会一小时,但我认为绝大部份的时间都浪费在交通上。

仑米先生:你的意思是因为大家都要横越整个城市到这儿。

阿诺:是的,有些人花了一个早上在路程上。

仑米先生:没有错。但我们干部的会议是很重要的,阿诺。

我不知道没有他们我们如何能运作。

阿诺:我也认为他们很重要。

那就是为什么我要大家对会谈能有更好的态度。

仑米先生:我知道有一些人认为会谈并没有太大的用处。

我知道这个的。

阿诺:这是我的建议。

我认为我们应该每两个星期开一次会,但一次开九十分钟或是加长。

仑米先生:这个。

阿诺:我同时也认为议题应更明确。

我愿意对这件事负责。

仑米先生:你的意思是你要主持会议?

阿诺:不,并不是要主持会议。但我可以帮忙筹组。

我可以跟你讨论议题,然后准备每次会议的时程表。

我可以寄电子邮件给所有的干部解说下个会议。

这样的话会议就能更明确,大家也能准备得更充分。

仑米先生:嗯,但我们会每两个星期开一次会。

阿诺:我真的认为这是可行的。

会议时间可以加长,而且更有组织。

仑米先生:我并不是反对这个主意,阿诺。

这或许会更有效率,就像你说的。我告诉你我们能怎么做。

我们何不试试你的提案一个月,我们再来看成效。

阿诺:太好了,我已经迫不及待了。

仑米先生:我会通知所有的经理。

然后明天我会告诉你何时我们可以规划第一次的会议使用这个“新作风”。

职场英语口语 第23期:表示感谢 第六篇

向帮助过你的人表达感谢可能是很简单的一句话,但是会为你带来良好的人际关系哦。因此,怎样在接受帮助之后表达感谢就显得尤为重要了。

Thanks a million. I really appreciate it.

万分感谢,真的是帮了我大忙啦。

I really appreciate what you’ve done for me these days.

我真的很感激这些天来你对我的帮助。

It’s very kind of you to help me.

你能帮助我真是太好了。

I really don’t know what I would have done without your help.

真不知道没有你的帮助我该怎么办。表示感谢

thank you for one of the most enjoyable visits we have had in many months.

在您处的参观访问,是我们几个月中最愉快的一次。谨向您表示感谢。

Thank you for contributing so much to the pleasure of our stay in ...

感谢您使我们在……停留期间的愉快所作的许多努力。

Thank you so much for your generous hospitality.

非常感谢您慷慨的款待。

You must give me the chance to return your kindness when you visit here.

希望您光临我处,使我能答谢您的盛情。

Thank you very much (ever so much) (most sincerely) (indeed) (from the bottom of my heart).

很(非常)(最真诚地)(确实)(衷心)感谢您。

Thanks a million (ever so much).

万分(非常)感谢。

It's generous of you to take so much interest in my work( to give me so much of your time) (to show me so much consideration).

承蒙您对我的工作如此操心(为我花费这么多时间)(对我如此关怀)。

At the outset, I want to thank you for your kindness to me and for your compliments.

首先,我要感谢您对我的友爱和问候。风言风语

恒风constant wind

微风 breeze

逆风 headwind

台风 typhoon

无风 calm

轻风 light breeze

信风 trade wind

微风 gentle breeze

和风 moderate breeze

清风 fresh breeze

顺风 favorable wind

强风 strong breeze

西北风 northwester

疾风 near gale

大风 gale

狂风 squall

烈风 strong gale

狂风 storm

暴风 violent storm

东北风 northeaster

东北信风 northeast trades

飓风 hurricane

东南风 southeaster

台风 typhoon

龙卷风 tornado

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职场英语口语 第4期:饭店入住 第七篇

饭店入住

出差期间,如果已经进行房间预订(room reservation)了,就可以入住你的饭店了(hotel check in)。这里需要注意很多细节词汇,和习惯礼节。

Key cards

房门卡

Breakfast included

含早餐

The porter will take your bag up to room.

工作人员会帮你把行李放到房间里。入住酒店禁忌

进入酒店大堂后,首先应该到前台登记,如果你带了大量的行李,门童会帮助你搬运行李,你可以礼貌地谢过之后去登记入住。

最安全的房间是靠近走廊的房间,因为过往的人很多。

大厅和走廊是酒店生活中的主要公共场合,因此一定要记住,不要表现得像在自己家中一样。甚至穿着睡衣或浴衣转来转去。

此外,还应该注意一定不要大声说话和吵闹,也不要乱跑乱跳。

客房的礼仪

虽然打扫客房是服务员的工作,但是也不能因为有人代劳就不注重保持清洁卫生,废弃物要扔到垃圾筐里。

在洗手间,不要把水弄得到处都是。

如果你要连续住上几天,你可以留一张纸条给客房服务员,告诉他们,床单和牙刷不必每天都换,这样的客人一定会受到饭店的尊重和欢迎。

在房间用餐完毕,要用餐巾纸将碗,碟擦干净,放在客房外的过道上方便服务人员收拾。

洗发膏、牙刷、肥皂、信封、信纸之类的小用品可以带走,但要注意有些物品是有偿使用的。

他乡遇故知一定很棒,与朋友欢喜相聚也应该注意有节制,会客时间太长是不适宜的,一般不要超过23点。

离店的礼仪

别想当然地认为可以从酒店拿走毛巾、睡衣或其它物品,酒店对物品的管理非常严格,这会导致令你尴尬的局面,而且到最后要为此付款。如果你想要些纪念品的话,可以到酒店的商店里看看。

如果不小心弄坏了酒店的物品,不要隐瞒抵赖,要勇于承担责任加以赔偿。 登记入住的礼仪

到达了目的地之后,有备而来的你就可以直奔预约好的饭店,进入大堂后,首先应该到前台登记,如果你带了大量的行李,门童会帮助你搬运行李,你可以礼貌地谢过之后就去登记入住。

如果前面有正在登记的顾客,那你应该静静地按顺序等候.与其他客人保持一定的距离等待,不要贴得太近,虽然不必排成一队,也不能乱站乱挤或采取任性无理的态度。

入住饭店要出示身份证或其他证件,例如结婚证或护照等。

在登完记并拿到钥匙之后,你就可以乘电梯去房间了,乘电梯时;能够主动为后来的客人扶住门,中途下电梯前,自己按下关门的按钮。尽量减少给别人带来麻烦。

最安全的房间是靠近走廊的房间;因为过往的人很多。

你要查看紧急出口和安全出口,而且看一下你是需要更多的毯子、衣架、电源插座、毛巾等,进房间前就把这些搞定,不要等到晚上再要,因为晚上的值班服务人员可能会较少。

大厅和走廊是饭店生活中的主要公共场合,因此一定要记住,不要表现得像在自己家中一样。甚至穿着睡衣或浴衣转来转去。

此外,还应该注意一定不要大声说话和吵闹,也不要乱跑乱跳。

遇到雨雪天气,要收好雨伞,把脚上的泥去干净再进入饭店。

求职英语口语学习300句:薪金期望 第八篇

关于待遇问题,合理地进行“自我报价”有以下讲究:

1.分析市场行情价格,可从亲朋好友那里或职业中间机构获取信息。

2.分析市场需求状况,了解目前就业市场对这类人才是供不应求还是供过于求。

3.个人的经验和能力将是薪酬定位的决定性因素。

4.分析用人单位的特点,包括福利保障制度和个人发展空间。

BASIC ExPRESSIONS 基本句型表达

1) What are your salary expectations?

你期望的薪水是多少?

2) I expect to be paid according to my abilities.

我希望能根据我的能力支付薪资。

3) With my experience, I抎 like to start at RMB 4000 per month.

以我的经验,我希望起薪是每月4000元币。

4) What is your salary now?

你现在的薪水是多少?

5) What抯 your expected salary?

你期望的薪水是多少?

6) How long is my probation?

我的试用期多长?

7) I think salary is closely related to the responsibilities of the job.

我觉得工资是与工作的责任紧密相关的。

CONVERSATIONS 会话

(A=Applicant I=Interviewer)

Dialogue 1

I: What is your salary at present?

A: My present pay is 100,000 Yuan per year.

I: What are your salary expectations now?

A: I like to be paid more than that. Hopefully, 120,000Yuan per year.

I: That抯 a little more than we had planned.

A: I think you抣l find I抦 worth that.

I: I can only offer you 110,000Yuan a year. Raises will be given after a three-month probation according to your performance. Is that satisfactory?

A: Yes, it is quite reasonable.

I: 你现在的薪水是多少?

A: 每年10万元。

I: 你现在期望的薪水是多少?

A: 我希望能比原来的多些,希望是每年12万元。

I: 这比我们原来计划的多一些。

A: 我想你们会发现我是值得拿那个薪水的。

I: 我们只能每年支付你11万元,三个月的试用期后根据你的表现我们会为你加薪的,这样你满意吗?

A: 我很满意。

Dialogue 2

I: What抯 your expected salary?

A: I expect to be paid according to my abilities.

I: How do you feel about an annual salary of 100,000Yuan plus bonus.

A: That抯 a little less than I expected. But to me, the most important thing is the job and the people I will work with. Moreover, I am sure I will get a raise quickly depending on my background and experience.

I: That sounds very reasonable.

A: By the way, how long is my probation?

I: Generally it is 6 months and during this period you are half-paid.

I: 你希望的薪酬是多少?

A: 我希望根据我的能力支付薪酬。

I: 你认为每年10万元外加奖金如何?

A: 这比我期望的少一些,但对我来说,最重要的是这个工作以及将和我一起工作的人。而且,凭借我的背景和经验,我很快就能得到加薪的。

I: 这样听起来很合理。

A: 顺便问一下,我的试用期多长?

I: 一般来说是6个月,这段期间你只能拿到工资的一半。

Dialogue 3

I: How much do you expect to earn?

A: I think salary is closely related to the responsibilities of the job. Shall we discuss my responsibilities with your company first?

I: If you are hired, you are in charge of the design of toys that can meet the needs of the American market.

A: I know it is a crucial position, but I can do it well. So I抦 asking for 200,000Yuan a year as a starting salary.

I: Ok.

I: 你希望挣多少钱?

A: 我觉得工资是与工作的责任紧密相关的,我们能不能先谈我在贵公司需要承担的责任?

I: 如果你被录用,你将负责满足美国市场要求的玩具设计工作。

A: 这是一个非常重要的职位,但我能做好,所以我要求一开始的年薪为20万元。

I: 好吧。

worth 值得的 probation 试用期

performance 表现 satisfactory 令人满意的

bonus 奖金,红利 be in charge of 由……负责

crucial 重要的,关键的 starting 开始的

常用的询问薪金要求的句型有:

1)What are your salary expectations?

2)What抯 your expected salary?

回答要有技巧,这样才能掌握主动权。比如:

1)I would expect the standard rate of pay at your company for a person with my experiences and educational background.

我希望贵公司对一个具有我这种经验和教育背景的人有一个标准的薪资。

2)I am sure you will make me a fair offer.

我相信你会给我一个公平的薪资。

1) What are your salary expectations?

income

pay

你期望的 薪水 是多少?

收入

报酬

2) With my experience, I抎 like to start at RMB 4000 per month.

Because of

Based on

凭我的经验,我希望开始时每个月能拿到4000元。

3) I think salary is closely related to the responsibilities of the job.

difficulty

importance

我认为薪水和工作的 职责是密切相关的。

难易程度

重要程度

求职英语口语:开场白 第九篇

BRIEF INTRODUCTION 简介

开场白(prolusion)有可能决定整个面试的基调。所谓“前三分钟定终身”,即你给面试考官的第一印象,从言谈举止到穿着打扮将直接影响到你被录取的机会。要彬彬有礼,但不要显得过分殷勤;要大方得体,不要拘谨或过分谦让。

还有,应试者需要注意的是,虽然对方为了缓和紧张气氛会问几个轻松的问题,但回答问题时一定要有礼貌,答案要抓住重点,和面试无关的话不要说,尽量考虑对方最想知道什么。

BASIC ExPRESSIONS 基本句型表达

1) May I come in?

我可以进来吗?

2) How are you doing, Mrs. Smith?

你好,史密斯女士。

3) Excuse me. May I see Mrs. Smith?

对不起,我可以见史密斯女士吗?

4) Miss Wu? Will you come in please? Take a seat.

吴小姐,请进,坐下吧。

5) I have come here for an interview by appointment. Nice to meet you.

我是应约来面试的,非常高兴见到你。

6) I am coming for an interview as required.

我是应邀来面试的。

7) Did you have any difficulty finding our company?

找到我们公司困难吗?

8) How do you think of the weather today?

你认为今天的天气如何?

CONVERSATIONS 会话

(A=Applicant I=Interviewer)

Dialogue 1

A: May I come in?

I: Yes, please.

A: How are you doing, Madam? My name is Wujing. I am coming to your company for an interview as requested.

I: Fine, thank you for coming. Mr. Wu, Please take a seat. I am Anne Smith, the assistant manager.

A: Nice to see you, Mrs. Smith.

I: Nice to meet you, too.

A: 我可以进来吗?

I: 请进。

A:你好,夫人。我叫吴京,我是应邀来贵公司面试的。

I: 好的,谢谢你过来。吴先生请坐,我叫安妮·史密斯,是经理助理。

A:非常高兴见到你,史密斯女士。

I: 我也很高兴见到你。

Dialogue 2

A: OK, Mr. Wu. You may come in. I抦 Anne Smith and on my right, my colleague, Anna Duncan, and on my left, Angela Lamb. Do please sit down.

I: Thank you. Good afternoon Mrs. Smith, Miss Duncan, Miss Lamb.

A: Your English is fluent.

I: Thank you.

A: How do you think of the weather today?

I: I don抰 like the weather like this. Cold and rainy. Hope it become sunny as soon as possible.

A: 好了,吴先生,你可以进来了。我是安妮·史密斯,我右面是我的同事安娜·邓肯,左边是安吉拉·兰姆。请坐吧。

I: 谢谢你。下午好,史密斯女士、邓肯小姐、兰姆小姐。

A:你的英语很流利。

I: 谢谢夸奖。

A: 你觉得今天的天气如何?

I: 我不喜欢这样的天气,又冷还下着雨,真希望早点出太阳。

Dialogue 3

A: Excuse me. May I see Mrs. Smith?

I: It's me. What can I do for you?

A: Nice to meet you, Mrs. Smith. I抦 coming here for an interview by appointment.

I: Are you Mr. Wu?

A: Yes, I am.

I: Nice to meet you, too. Did you have any difficulty finding our company?

A: Not really, I am familiar with this area.

A: 不好意思,我可以见史密斯女士吗?

I: 我就是,需要我帮忙吗?

A: 很高兴见到你,史密斯女士。我是应约来面试的。

I: 你是吴先生吧?

A: 是的,我是。

I: 我也很高兴见到你。找我们公司困难吗?

A: 没有,我对这一带很熟悉。

WORDS AND ExPRESSIONS 关键词

interview 面试 request 需要,要求

as requested 应邀 assistant 助理的,辅助的;助手

as soon as possible 尽快 colleague 同事

appointment 约会,约定 fluent 流利的,流畅的

by appointment 按约定 be familiar with 熟悉

NOTES 注释

这是面试开始时常用到的几个场景。面试可能是一对一进行,也可能是集体面试,一般之前都有预约。注意不同场合下的几个关键用语:(提前预约过)“I come here for an interview by appointment.”或者“I am coming to your company for an interview as requested.”。

如果是集体面试,主考官会轮流叫人,进入房间后只要自己介绍就可以了。如果是第一次登门拜访,则需要说明你的来意和一些相关情况,比如你是从上看到的招聘启事或者是经人推荐的,一定要说清楚。句型有:“Excuse me, please. I wish to apply for the vacancy advertised in the morning newspaper yesterday. Has the vacancy been filled?”或者“I was referred to your company by Mr.White, your manager.”。

SUBSTITUTION ExERCISES

替换练习

1) It抯 nice to see you.

Nice to see you.

Glad to see you.

Nice to meet you.

见到你很高兴。

2) I am Margaret Smith, the assistant manager.

the personnel manager

the administration Manager

the area representative

我是Margaret Smith, 经理助理

人事经理

行政经理

地区代表

3) Did you have any difficulty finding our company?

Did you have any trouble finding

Is it convenient for you to find

Is it easy for you to find

你找到我们公司有困难吗?

有没有遇到什么麻烦找到我们公司?

找到我们公司方便吗?

找到我们公司容易吗?

4) I am coming to your company for an interview as requested.

by appointment.

as invited.

是你们要求我过来贵公司面试的。

我是按预约过来贵公司面试的。

我应邀来贵公司面试的。

职场英语口语 第49期:加班 第十篇

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.

365天英语口语职场口语篇:日常告别 第十一篇

【惯用单句】

再见,祝你一天愉快。

Goodbye! Have a nice day.

再见

So long!

回头见

See you!

代我向你的父母问好。

Remember me to your parents.

代我向你的家人问好。

Say hello to your family for me.

我真的玩的很愉快。

I had a really good time.

代我向玛丽问好。

Regards to Mary!

希望我们就能再相聚。

I hope we can get together again soon.

让我们什么时候再聚吧。

Let’s get together sometime.

我们什么时候一齐吃午饭吧。

Let’s do lunch sometime.

给我打电话

Call me.

【情景对话】

Everyday farewells

A: I really should be on my way.

B: Oh, don’t go yet. Let’s at least have one more.

A: No, thank you. I can’t.

B: It’s too bad that you have to leave so early.

A: Thank you very much. I had a really good time.

B: Thanks for coming! We should meet again sometime soon.

A: That would be great! Actually, can I get your phone number, Ella? That’s assuming you don’t mind if I call you sometime.

B: Anytime. You can reach me 5558929.

A: ok, got it. I’ll call you sometime next week.

B: Fine.

A: It’s time to go and I hope we can get together again soon.

B: I hope so, too. Bye! Ben.

职场英语口语 第28期:批评 第十二篇

在遇到别人工作上有错误的时候,一定要婉转的向他人指出,不要表面上说好,但是心里埋怨。这样很可能造成对方的重复错误。但同时也要注意自己的语气,要委婉,毕竟人非圣贤,孰能无过,下一个出错的可能就是你自己哦。

Try to be better next time. And please let me know if you have any problem doing this.

下次尽量做的更好吧。如果工作上有什么困难一定要记得跟我说哦。

I have confidence that you could be more professional.

我对你有信心,下次一定会做的更专业的。

I need more detail-oriented. So try to do some improvement on this report.

我需要更具体的资料,再改进一下这份报告吧。

What you have done is not up to standard. And I’m wondering if there is anything I can help?

你做的不符合标准。有什么我可以帮忙的吗?

与智慧有关的习语

英语中与智慧有关的习语十分普遍,了解它们对于提高我们的英语水平很有帮助。下面就是一些常见的相关习语。

1. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

直译为“一盎司的预防胜过一英镑的治疗”。其意思就是从一开始就细心准备,考虑周全的话,就不会失败。这句话十分地道,形象。下面有一个例子:

A: Don’t you think you should deal with this problem now?

B: I will do something about it tomorrow.

A: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

2. Appearances are deceiving.

这则典故出自伊索寓言中《老鼠与狮子》中的教训,告诫人们外表是欺骗人的东西。同样这句话也可以说成“Looks are deceiving.”下面是一个例子:

A: How’s Alice doing? Are you going to fire her?

B: Appearances are deceiving. She’s the best assistant I have.

A: Really? I didn’t think she could do anything.

3. Brevity is the soul of wit.

这是莎翁名著《哈姆雷特》中的人物尼斯的台词,意思是“简洁是智慧的精髓。”这句话对人说话,写作等都有重要的启迪。

A: I’m supposed to give a speech today. Do you have any advice?

B: Just remember, brevity is the soul of wit.

4. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

按照字面意思来看,这句话是说一次被骗是骗者的羞耻;两次被骗是受骗者的羞耻。其实是在告戒人们要善于吸取教训,引以为戒,否则一再受到损失就是自己的问题。下面给大家一个例子:

A: I did a stupid thing. I lent John some money.

B: Again? This is the third time.

A: I know. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

5. Rules are made to be broken.

这句话源自1953年Arthur C. Clarke的 Expedition to Earth中的话告诫人们要摆脱思想的束缚敢于创新和挑战。

A: Let’s order a pizza for meeting.

B: But there’s a rule against eating in the office.

A: Rules are made to be broken.

6. The best thing comes in all packages.

这是用于送礼物的说法,意思是放在小箱子里的礼物总是珍贵的。有时也可以说“Precious diamonds come in all packages.”

A: What did George give you?

B: I don’t know, but this package is so tiny.

A: The best thing comes in all packages.

当然这只是有关智慧的习语的一部分,平时学习中我们可以多加积累,不仅对提高英语水平有帮助,而且可以帮助我们深入了解英语国家的文化。频的口语小词

1. Absolutely! 绝对正确。

2. Almost! 差不多了。

3. Amazing! 太神了!

4. Anytime! 随时吩咐。

5. Awful! 好可怕。

6. Behave! 放尊重点!

7. Bingo! 中了!搞定!

8. Boring 真无聊!

9. Bravo! 太棒了。

10. Bull----! = Horse----! 胡说!

11. C’Mon! 拜托!

12. Certainly! 当然。

13. Check, Please! 买单。

14. Cheers! 干杯!

15. Congratulations! 恭喜啊!

16. Damn! 该死!

17. Deal! 一言为定!

18. Definitely! 当然。

19. Disgusting! 好恶心!

20. Drat ! 讨厌!

21. Easy ! 别急!慢慢来!

22. Exactly! 完全正确!

23. Fantastic! 妙极了!

24. Fifty fifty ! 对半分!

25. Fresh! 帅!

26. Gorgeous! 美极了!

27. Help! 救命啊!

28. Hey! 嘿!

29. Hopefully! 我希望!

30. Horrible! 好可怕!

31. Hush ! 快 !

32. Imagine! 想想看。

33. Impressive! 永生难忘!

34. Incredible! 不可思议!

35. Jesus! 天啊 !

36. Liar! 你撒谎!

37. Listen! 听着!

38. Lousy! 差劲!

39. Marvelous ! 棒极了!

40. Messy! 乱七八糟。

41. Never! 绝不!

42. Nonsense! 胡说!

43. Objection! 我!

44. Oops! 哎呀!

45. Outrageous! 得了!

46.Probably! 可能。

47.Rats! 差劲!

48.Really? 真的吗?

49.Soso. 马马虎虎。

50.Someday. 改天吧。

职场英语口语对话:接受邀请 第十三篇

You must have had the experience of giving and receiving invitations. Do you remember the last invitation from a friend? How did you settle the visit with your friend?

一般说来,你确定接受某个邀请之后,需要跟邀请人确认date,time和place三项,并且表达你的pleasure or gratitude。

在上面的flash对话中,Liu接受了去Chris家里做客的邀请。下面展示了Liu和Chris之间两个版本的对话。比较一下这两个对话有何不同。

版本一:

CHRIS: Hi, Liu! How's it going?

LIU: Fine, thanks. You?

CHRIS: Can't complain. Listen Liu, I wonder if you would like to come round and have a meal sometime?

LIU: Yeah, thanks a lot, that would be great!

CHRIS: What about Saturday evening?

LIU: Sure, Saturday evening would be fine. What time?

CHRIS: Let's make it around six. That okay?

LIU: Great!

CHRIS: You know where I live, don't you?

LIU: Yeah. No problem. Thanks very much. I really look forward to that.

版本二:

Chris: Hi, Liu! How are you?

Liu: Fine, thanks. You?

Chris: Not bad. Listen Liu, I wonder if you would like to come to my home and have a meal sometime?

Liu: Yeah, thanks a lot, that would be great!

Chris: Would Saturday evening be fine for you?

Liu: Sure, Saturday evening would be fine. What time shall we meet then?

Chris: Let's meet at about six o'clock. Is that okay?

Liu: Great!

Chris: You know where I live, don't you?

Liu: Yeah. No problem. Thanks very much. I really look forward to that.

看出不同了吗?版本一适用于相熟的朋友之间,而版本二则适用于正式场合。

除此之外,我们还应该了解西方做客的一个小礼仪:如果你和主人约好一个时间见面,那么你准时或者推迟5-7分钟到达。It is polite in the West to arrive at the time specified or within five or seven minutes after that time. 不要提前到达哦。主人们正在抓紧最后的时间准备一切,所以给他们多一些准备时间吧。

由此可见,上面对话中when Chris says "Let's make it around six", he actually means "not before six"。

邀请典型例句:

I wonder if you would like to come around and have a meal sometime? 不知可否请您来家里吃顿便饭?

What about Saturday evening? 星期六怎么样?

Let's make it around six. 咱们约在六点左右吧。

英语口语职场口语篇:荣誉奖项 第十四篇

1.我在大学期间获得过很多荣誉和奖励。

I got many honors and rewards at the university.

2.我连续三年获得校奖学金。

I won the university scholarship for three years in succession.

3.我获得过一次“电脑辅助设计大赛”一等奖。

I won the first prize in the Computer-Aided Design Contest once.

4.我层获得校英语演讲比赛第1名。

I won the first prize in the English Oratorical Contest at our university.

5.我获得过奥林匹克教学竞赛二等奖。

I received the second-class reward in Olympic Mathematics Competition.

6.我于20xx年获得了“先进工作者”称号。

I got the title of Advanced Worker in 20xx.

7.我去年获得了国家颁发的科研三等奖。

I got a third-class prize for my scientific research from the government last year.

8.我的一本书荣获了全国优秀图书一等奖。

One of my books won the first-class reward of national excellent books.

9.我有两篇英语文章发表在《中国日报》上。

I have got two articles in English published in China Daily.

10.我与大三时加入了中国党。

I joined the CPC in my junior year.

A:Now please tell me something about your past work achievements.

B:All right, madam. When I was sales manager at the Beijing Friendship Store. I succeeded in raising the yearly sales volume by 25% and profit margins from 50% to 80%.

A:That is quite an achievement!Do you consider it your most rewarding work experience?

B:I don't think so. I'll create further achievement in the future.

A:Have you received any honors?

B:Yes.I got the title of "Advance Worker" in 20xx.

A:Do you have any publications?

B:Yes.I wrote a thesisi entitled "On Interpersonal Relations in the Socialist Market Economy and it was published in China Daily.

白领职场英语口语 第十五篇

见面打招呼

Linda: Welcome, Steve. I am in charge of Sales in the Notebook Division. My name is Linda.

Linda: 欢迎你Steve,我负责笔记本事业部的销售工作,我叫Linda。

Steve: A pleasure to meet you, Linda.

Steve: 很荣幸见到你Linda。

开门见山---谈为什么辞去目前的工作

Linda: Vivian has told me that you've done excellent work in your current company. Why have you decided to leave your present job?

Linda: 我听Vivian说你在你目前的公司做的很优秀,为什么决定放弃目前的工作呢?

Steve: Well, I do like my current work and I get along well with my colleagues. But I think it's time for me to make a change. You see, I like work that is challenging, and I think I am ready for more challenging work.

Steve: 我很喜欢现在的工作,而且与同事们保持着良好的关系。但我认为现在是我改变现状的好时机。您知道,我喜欢具有挑战性的工作,我认为现在我已为迎接更有挑战性的工作做好了准备。

了解性格特征

Linda: Could you tell me what types of people you like to work with?

Linda: 能不能告诉我你喜欢与哪一类人一起工作?

Steve: To tell you the truth, I can cooperate with a wide range of people. I'm naturally an easygoing person, and I especially enjoy working with people who are responsible, friendly and helpful.

Steve: 说实话,我能和各种各样的人合作。我是个很随和的人。当然,我特别喜欢和有责任心、待人友好、乐于助人的人一起工作。1. 请假

Would it be possible for me to take the day off this Friday? 这个星期五,我是否可以休一天假?

请求休假用take the day off。如果是两天以上就用days off。上司可能会很干脆地答应说 "That'll be OK.",也可能会不悦地回答"Will everything be all right?(一切都安排就绪了吗?)"。这些都要看你平时的工作表现而定。

2. 提议

I think we need to buy a new copier.我想我们需要买一台新的复印机.

说出这句话之前,必须要说明"Our copying machine has broken down again.(复印机又出毛病了。)"以作为提案的依据。客气一些的提议,可用"suggest"来表达,如"I would suggest we buy a new copier."

3. 表示了解上司的指示

Yes, of course. 是,我知道了.

也可以用"I understand.(我明白了。)",或"Yes, right away.(好的,马上去做。)"对上司说"OK"或 "all right"并不恰当。如果你很忙,应该说"I'm sorry, but I'm busy now. Could I do it later?"

4. 确认上司指示的内容

You did say next Tuesday at 2:00 p.m., didn't you? 您是说在下星期二下午2点,是不是?

任何事都必须确认一下。如果对方是外国人更要如此。上句也可以直截了当地说"Let me confirm.(让我确认一下时间和日期。)"

5. 报告商谈结果

I had a feeling he was in favor of the plan. 我觉得他赞成那个计划.

记住"I have a feeling (that)...(我觉得……)",以及"...(that) he was against the plan.(他反对那个计划。)"这两句话,都是非常有用的哦!"All work and no play make Jack a dull boy."

在外企工作强度大,8小时之外,人们进行不同方式得到娱乐消遣。一方面也是增加彼此的感情,有利于团队建设。而很多西方国家的老板虽然在工作中比较严谨,但是在工作之后非常乐于丰富多彩的娱乐活动。喜庆节日,公司业绩有所突破都会借口吃饭或是出去娱乐。

Why don't we have some entertainments for relaxation?

英国老板最崇拜文化,工作之余与他谈国家的文化,英国老板一定会和你结成知己。而浪漫的法国人工作和非工作时间简直盘若两人,他们会很热情的邀请同事吃饭或参加Party。而像荷兰人就不愿意和员工出去旅游。要注意的是集体场合上不要对同事说长道短,不要不停地谈孩子,家庭。这些话题都不适宜。在舞会上,女员工可以邀请男老板跳舞,只是跳一个舞没有什么不合适,假如一直邀请她的老板就不合适了。

If we go on a package tour ,we don't have to worry about accommodation,meals during the trip. 如果我们跟团去的话,我们就不用担心住宿和吃饭问题了.

package tour由旅行社组织的旅游。由旅行社负责预定飞机,预定宾馆,负责三餐的旅行方式称之为旅行团。这类旅行团往往价格便宜,很受欢迎。

We can together sometimes. 我们什么时候聚聚吧.

在英美等西方国家,邀请分书面和口头。书面主要是通过请帖或请柬,较为正式。若采用口头邀请的形式,邀请人一定要向被邀情人讲明参加某一社交活动的内容。并要求对方表态接受还是谢绝。强调这点很重要,因为英美国家的人,尤其是美国人他们的邀请听起来像是口头邀请。但实际上并不具备以上规定的内容,因而不是邀请。如果对方不清楚对方向自己发出了邀请,很容易造成误解。

例如:

I haven't seen you for a long time. You must come round for dinner sometime.好久没见,什么时候一定过来吃饭哦.

It's good seeing you. Would you like to have a cup of tea with me? 见到你很高兴,你愿意和我喝杯茶吗?

这里有两种情况需要注意。有时说的这些话完全只是表示友善的方法而非真正的邀请的意思。就像前一句话,我们只须回答:Thank you .I'd love to .(谢谢,我很乐意。)切记不要问:"什么时间?"否则会令说话人非常窘迫,因为他没丝毫心理准备。对于后一种情况,说话人实际上是在试探邀请成功的程度如何。通过交谈,说话人试探出邀请的成功性,便会发出真正的口头邀请。明确具体时间和地址。

I will have a birthday party next weekend. I was wondering if you'd like to go.

邀请需要用词委婉贴切,要根据与对方的关系选择得当的语气。对于你的老板,虽然不是工作时间,但为表示你的尊重和委婉还是邀注意语言的口气。例如不应说:"You come to have dinner with us tonight.英美国家的人常常用一种东方人听起来不十分肯定或者商量的语气。

I'm going to give a party this weekend. Would you like to come?.周末我要开晚会,你有时间来吗?

How about joining us for dinner this Friday night?(本周五晚上吃饭好吗?)对于这类邀请,从语气上判断,东方人总觉得邀请人心不诚,因而对是否接受邀请很犹豫。其实,你大可不必有此想法、西方人这样做是反映了他们为人处世不强加于人的行为准则。发出邀请要尊重对方的意愿与选择,以不妨碍对方的生活。对于某一社交活动,不管是书面还是口头邀请都需要在一周之前通知,并确定被邀请的客人是否接受邀请。并做出相应安排。也给被邀情人足够的时间来安排自己的活动。

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