Lesson 1 - Starting a meeting
Lesson 2 - Introducing the participants
Lesson 3 - Beginning a presentation/Outlining the agenda
Lesson 4 - Giving a presentation - Part A
Lesson 5 - Giving a presentation (talking about visuals) - Part B
Lesson 6 - Ending a presentation
Lesson 7 - Managing a discussion
Lesson 8 - Taking questions
Lesson 9 - Ending a topic/Planning for the future
Lesson 10 - Ending a meeting
Part 1 – Listen to a dialog or story for a formal business meeting (slow)
Part 2 – Listen to an explanation of the dialog and the vocabulary used
Part 3 – Listen to a dialog or story at native-speaker rate (fast)
Part 4 – Listen to a dialog or story for an informal business meeting (slow)
Part 5 – Listen to an explanation of the dialog and the vocabulary used
Part 6 – Listen to a dialog or story for an informal business meeting (fast)
Part 1 – Text of the formal and informal business meetings
Part 2 – Glossary:
a) Definitions of vocabulary in each formal and informal meeting
b) Sample sentences using vocabulary from the formal and informal meetings
Part 3 – Transcript of the entire lesson with every word spoken in the lesson
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