Aims of the class (ciljevi časa) - vps.ns.ac.rs

Aims of the class (ciljevi časa) - vps.ns.ac.rs

Aims of the class (ciljevi asa) Unit 3: Travel (trea lekcija: putovanje), First Insights into Business (Longman), str. 24 Adjectives of nationality (pridevi za nacionalnosti) Reading: How hoteliers can prepare to welcome their Japanese visitors (itanje teksta na engleskom: Kako se ugostitelji mogu pripremiti za doek japanskih gostiju) DVD projection 1 - Tokyo; DVD projection 2 - Cultural differences Some, a lot of / much / many. Zadatak 13, str. 72 Engleski poslovni jezik Nouns: countable and uncountable. Money: uncountable. Zadatak 14, str. 72 Engleski poslovni jezik Revision (ponavljanje): Present Continuous (prezent trajni) Sentence completion: At the airport & At a hotel Business Communication: Welcoming a visitor (role-play (igranje uloga)) Listening: Track 18 Key vocabulary, Unit 3 Travel

CULTURES ITINERARY A FOREIGN BUSINESS TRIP NATIONALITIES TRAVEL SOCIAL CONVENTIONS COLLEAGUES CULTURAL DIFFERENCES Fill in the gaps with the words given in box below. There are TWO EXTRA WORDS you do not need to

use. DIFFERENCES ; INTERNATIONAL; ITINERARY; CULTURES; TIME; FOREIGN BUSINESS TRIP; COLLEAGUES; SOCIAL CONVENTIONS Business people, who travel a lot, ITINERARY have to plan an _______________ FOREIGN BUSINESS TRIP for a _________________ . COLLEAGUES On a business trip people may meet DIFFERENCES _____________ and experience SOCIAL CONVENTIONS cultural _____________ . CULTURES

_______________ are the different Wordpower: Travel for work. Popunite konceptualne mape (eng. concept maps). Koristite rei date ispod. Koje jo rei moemo dodati? SOLUTIONS (REENJA) WEATHER (vreme)- It was...: windy, hot, cloudy, wet sunny, cold. METHOD OF TRAVEL (nain putovanja)- We went by...: car, plane, ferry=trajekt, train. DESTINATIONS (destinacije)- We went to...:

the countryside, a hotel, a factory, Hong Kong, the USA. Adjectives of nationality (knjiga First Insights into Business, p. 30) 1 Look at these people. Say where they are from. 2 Say the nationality of the people. Solutions for Task 1: Dahlia is from India. Raquel is from Brazil. Randy is from the USA. Lukasz is from Poland. Tiziana is from Italy. Charlotte is from the UK. Yuko is from Japan. Jacob is from South Africa.

Solutions for Task 2: Dahlia is Indian. Raquel is Brazilian. Randy is American. Lukasz is Polish. Tiziana is Italian. Charlotte is British. Yuko is Japanese. Jacob is South African. Reading: Reading:How Howhoteliers hotelierscan canprepare prepareto towelcome welcometheir theirJapanese Japanesevisitors visitors

Source (izvor za tekst): High season, OXFORD University Press Source (izvor za tekst): High season, OXFORD University Press Read this text and answer the questions: Why would a Japanese visitor probably not want to stay in room 444? What particular features would a Japanese visitor want to find in a hotel bathroom? Would a Japanese couple prefer twin beds or a double bed? Japanese

soaking tub twin beds Avoid putting Japanese visitors in rooms with the number 4, 44, 444, etc., as this is considered unlucky. Four is Shi in Japanese, the verb to die being Shinu, so this superstition should be taken seriously. Bathrooms must have a constant supply of hot water and should have a bath and shower attachment. The Japanese are accustomed at home to showering outside the bath tub before soaking in a tub of clean water. There should be a drain in the bathroom floor, or else a notice in Japanese and at least one other language, advising on the correct use of shower and bath. This could prevent flooding! Twin beds should be provided for Japanese guests rather than double beds, even for honeymooners! DVD DVD Projection Projection 11 -- Tokyo

Tokyo After viewing: answer the following questions (odgovorite na pitanja nakon gledanja projekcije): 1. Why do we call Tokyo a city of contrast? Because Tokyo is the very modern and the traditional, a quiet and a busy, a natural and a man-made. People in Tokyo create and live with all the contrasts, which make this city such a fascinating and exciting place. 2. What's the population in Tokyo (according to the video presentation)? 35 million people DVD DVD Projection Projection 22 -- Cultural Cultural differences differences After viewing: answer the following questions on cultural differences and their effects on doing business. (Nakon gledanja projekcije odgovorite na pitanja o kulturolokim razlikama i njihovim efektima na poslovanje):

1. If the British say Its not too bad they really mean... Its great / brilliant / excellent. 2. If a German says Its not too bad s/he might mean... Its mediocre = average. 4. What are the two characteristics that are immediately noticeable in business contexts? These are: politeness and punctuality (how polite / punctual you are). 5. Can you speak up against your boss in high-power-distance countries (e.g. Japan, South America...)? No, you cant (its not expected to behave in such a manner). 6. What does a hamburger effect mean in business? It refers to the way in which employers criticize employees (workers) work / performance. Some, Some,any, any,aalot lotof of/ /much, much,many. many.Zadatak

Zadatak13, 13,str. str.72 72 Engleski Engleskiposlovni poslovnijezik jezik When do we use some? When do we use any? There are some taxis. some: za potvrdne reenice There arent any taxis. Are there any taxis? any: za odrine i upitne reenice When do we use many? When do we use much? How many taxis are there in NYC?(many = za brojive imenice, for countable nouns); How much money do you earn? (much = za nebrojive imenice, for uncountable nouns). Zadatak 13, str. 72 Engleski poslovni jezik (reenja-solutions) 1. Would you like ___________ chicken? C) some A) He has _______ friends in Chicago. B) few 3. Are there ______ apples in the kitchen? B) any

4. How ________ money do you have in your pocket? C) much 5. Would you like _______ coffee? C) some 6. This coat was designed by ______ famous New York artist. A) a B) the (If specific) Some, Some,aalot lotof of/ /much much/ /many. many.Zadatak Zadatak13, 13,str. str.72 72 Engleski Engleskiposlovni poslovnijezik, jezik,reenja

reenjazadatka zadatka 7. Can you tell me how to get to ______ bank from here? B) the (If specific) C) a 8. ______ city museum is closed today. C) The 9. He is one of ______ smartest people I know. B) the 10. ______ milk is good for you. C) / 11. Would you like to see ______ movie? A) a 12. I cant believe I failed ______ yesterdays test! B) / 13. They went to town without ______ money. C) any 14. He always does ______ work. B) some 15. I think I didnt see ______ robbers in this bank. A) any

Nouns: Nouns:countable countableand anduncountable uncountable Zadatak Zadatak14, 14,str. str.72 72Engleski Engleskiposlovni poslovnijezik jezik Upiite C = COUNTABLE za brojive imenice, a U = UNCOUNTABLE za nebrojive imenice. research U location

C questionnaire C network C accommodation U information U (British people find the most difficult to spell!) Money - Uncountable (U) noun U Match the words in A with their meaning in B. Reenja zadatka (solutions: matching exercise): 1. COINS (metalni novac) = d) metal money 2. A NOTE (AmE = A BILL) (papirni novac) = f) paper money 3. A CREDIT CARD (kreditna kartica) = a) a card you use to buy things on credit 4. A DEBIT CARD (debitna kartica) = e) a card you use to pay directly from

your bank account 5. A CASH MACHINE (bankomat) (AmE=ATM) = c) a place from outside a bank where you get money using your bank card 6. CASH (ke) = b) real money that you carry with you Present PresentContinuous Continuousrevision revision(prezent (prezenttrajni, trajni,ponavljanje) ponavljanje) Complete the conversation using the Present Continuous form of the verbs in brackets. Dovrite razgovor koristei glagole u prezentu trajnom. Solutions (reenja): B: Sorry, Im not going for lunch today. Theres no time. A: Why? What are you doing? B: Anton and I are interviewing someone. (fixed future arrangement) B: Its for the web editor position. She is waiting in Reception. Sorry. See you

later. Sentence Sentencecompletion: completion:At Atthe theairport airport Complete these sentences with the words given below. Dopunite reenice sa reima datim ispod. GATE, WINDOW, SEAT, BAGS, AISLE, CHECK-IN, HAND LUGGAGE Solutions reenja A Hello, is this the check-in for all BA flights? B And how many bags are you checking in today? A None. I just have hand luggage. B OK. Would you like a window or an aisle seat? B OK. So your flight leaves from gate 49 at 6.55, but boarding starts half an hour before. Youre in seat 5C. Sentence

Sentencecompletion: completion:At Ataahotel hotel Complete these sentences with the words given below. Dopunite reenice sa reima datim ispod. Solutions - reenja RESERVATION CREDIT CARD ROOM BREAKFAST TABLE WAKE-UP CALL INTERNET ACCESS ROOM SERVICE Business Communication: Welcoming a visitor (Poslovno komuniciranje: Doek gostiju poslovnih partnera) Role-play (igranje uloga): Upotrebite neka pitanja sa prezentacije i sastavite dijalog izmeu onoga koji doekuje goste (domaina) i gostiju.

Checklist for Unit 3 - Travel. Odgovorite na pitanja. 1. What two uses do you know for the present continuous at the time of speaking (Im cooking now.) dogaaji koji se tense? events deavaju u trenutku govora present continuous for fixed arrangements (We are moving to Cambridge in July, 2016.) prezent trajni za utvrene dogaaje u budunosti 2. Name the nationality adjective for each country. Finland Finnish Serbia Serbian Spain Spanish

The UKBritish Norway Norwegian 3. From the reading article How hoteliers can prepare to welcome their Japanese visitors, would a Japanese couple prefer twin beds or a double bed? A Japanese couple prefers twin beds rather than double bed, even for honeymooners ! THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! See you next class!

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