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Английский язык разговорный. Управление персоналом. 4 курс. Макарцева Е.В.
0453.00 Разговорный английский язык. 4 курс. Соц. менеджмент. Макарцева Е.В.

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"In due course" is an informal expression, isn't it?
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Are decisions carried out quickly in Japan?
Are decisions carried out quickly in the USA?
Are decisions taken very quickly in Japan?
Are decisions taken very quickly in the United States?
Are lower-level American workers often involved in decision making?
Are lower-level Japanese workers often involved in decision making?
Are management-emloyee relations considered to be work relations?
Are management-employee relations always straight forward?
Are relationships with fellow employees considered to be work relations?
Can a candidate make his CV short and simple?
Can a reprimand be held in public?
Can an employee be dismissed at the end of a probationary period?
Can an interview be panel?
Can company pension scheme be considered a perk?
Can you give any examples of misbehaviour at work?
Can you slurp when eating soup in a restaurant in Japan?
Can you slurp when eating soup in an American restaurant?
Can you use Mr or Mrs before your name when introducing yourself on the phone?
Could Personnel Managers change employee's behaviour when it doesn't meet their requirements?
Could you decipher CIM strategy?
Could you decipher the abbreviation FTAO?
Could you use another person's phone for a long distance call?
Could you use someone else's phone?
Do condidates enclose any other papers with a CV?
Do conventions applying to job interviews differ greatly in different countries?
Do different conventions apply to the process of job application in different countries?
Do employees and employers settle problems face-to-face in a large company?
Do employees and employers settle problems face-to-face in a small business?
Do fashoins change in interview techniques?
Do formal or informal parties take place in the home?
Do many American workers regard their company as part of their personal life?
Do many Japanese workers regard their company as part of their personal life?
Do trade unions play an important role in your country?
Do you happen to know what a jet lag means?
Do you know how such course manuals can be treated?
Do you think a helpful disciplinary session should be a lecture or a discussion?
Do you think that manufacturing managers face any challenges nowadays?
Do you think there are many companies that can afford to build a CIM factory from the ground up?
Do you think there are people who could be interested in confidental information?
Do you think too much small talk will spoil the disciplinary session?
Does a CV contain the changing or the unchanging information about an applycant?
Does an average American worker have clear access to management?
Does an average Japanese worker have access to management?
Does any entertaining in the USA take place in home?
Filling in an application form is easy because it is standard, isn't it?
Have you ever interviewed people or been interviewed?
Have you ever suffered from jet lag?
Have you ever taken an intensive course in any subject?
Have you ever taken any courses in your life?
How are decisions usually made and implemented in Japan?
How are decisions usually made and implemented in the USA?
How are telex messages sent?
How can a waiter know that you have finished your dish?
How can you cut short the informal information?
How could the atmosphere of interview vary?
How do many Americans regard their company?
How do many data systems firms help build CIM factories?
How do people suffering from jet lag feel?
How do the Japanese regard their corporation?
How do you understand the phrase "I take it"?
How many drinks can you have at an informal party?
How many grammar mistakes are there in the sentence "My company's car broke down, and I missed the conference's start"?
How many mistakes are there in the sentence "At lunch's end I got up to leave and my chair's leg broke!"?
How should the main headings and sub-heading be divided into sections and tabulated?
How should you eat at business lunch?
How will you blow your nose (in a restaurant)?
How will you eat spaghetti in an American restaurant?
How will you use a napkin in an American restaurant?
How will you use the utensils when having lunch or dinner?
How would you describe competitiveness in Japan?
How would you describe competitiveness in the USA?
If hosting a business lunch how will you show if it is time to end it?
If hosting a business lunch should you use first or last names?
If hosting a business lunch who will normally guide the guests to the table?
If hosting a business lunch will you allow a woman to pay for her lunch?
If hosting a business lunch will you drink alcohol?
If hosting a business lunch will you leave first or last?
If hosting a business lunch will you start a business discussion at once?
If hosting a business lunch will you suggest "going Dutch"?
If hosting a business lunch will you try and be economical on the menu?
If you came across the expression "21 though 28 March" how would you understand it?
If you hand feels sweaty should you wipe it off before shaking hands?
If your English leaves much to be desired will you keep silent when discussing business with a client?
In what business are trade unions usually organised?
Is it a good idea to make a call at 11 p.m.?
Is it a good idea to shake hands firmly?
Is it important to prepare for a disciplinary session carefully?
Is long-range planning more typical of an American or Japanese firms?
Is the meaning of "advise" used in letters "give advice"?
Is there any competition among individuals in a Japanese corporation?
Is there any competition among individuals in an American corporation?
It is common to submit a typed CV or resume to apply for a job?
Mark this sentence as Formal, Informal or Neutral: I must inform you that this document is confidential.
Mark this sentence as Formal, Informal or Neutral: May I, with great respect, point out that it is confidential".
Mark this sentence as Formal, Informal or Neutral: Sorry, I'm afraid it's supposed to be confidential".
Mark this sentence as Formal, Informal or Neutral: Unfortunately, this is a confidential document.
Mark this sentence as Formal, Informal or Neutral: You're joking! Do you want to get me into trouble?"
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed what will you do if you felt you were going to be late?
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed will you arrive on time or will you be a few minutes late?
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed will you ask your contact to speak more slowly or simply if you didn't understand the voc. he used?
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed will you dress neatly?
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed will you rise to meet a gentleman coming into the office?
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed will you telephone at once to explain the circumstances if it has to be cancelled?
Once an appointment with an American client has been made and confirmed will you use your native language in the meeting if there is more than one person in your group?
Should a CV necessarily be long and detailed?
Should a CV necessarily be short and clear?
Should a follow-up plan be made before a disciplinary session?
Should a resume divideed into sections and tabulated?
Should all the business documents be easy to read and understand?
Should the main headings in CV be on the left on the page?
Should the manager show that the company wants the employee to succeed?
Should the sub-headings of a CV be a little further to the right?
Should you bow while shaking hands?
Should you look at the client squarely in the eyes when meeting him for the first time?
Should you say "hello" again if you hear no comments from the other party?
Should you shorten your long name when being introduced to an American client?
Should you speak loudly on the phone?
Should you spell your name when calling for the first time?
The atmosphere at the interview is rather friendly, isn't it?
What are the more formal words for "you are going to have to study extremely hard"?
What challenges do manufacturing managers face today?
What could a CV accompany?
What course is called intensive?
What disciplinary measures can you think of?
What do candidates usually enclose with CV?
What do possessive forms refer to?
What document is it common to submit to apply for a job?
What does "a probationary period" mean?
What does "a selection board" mean?
What does "carried out" mean?
What does "commencing" mean?
What does "communicating the unacceptability of employee's behavior" mean?
What does "fringe benefits" mean?
What does "he has the edge" mean?
What does "he's put himself down" mean?
What does "I couldn't say" mean?
What does "I reviewed data systems" mean?
What does "I took part in..." mean?
What does "in due course" mean?
What does "indentity tags" mean?
What does "no way" mean?
What does "personal effects" mean?
What does "relocation expenses" mean?
What does "several" mean?
What does "she didn't have any hassle" mean?
What does "subject to the conditions" mean?
What does "the lack of experience" mean?
What does "to delegate" mean?
What does "were connection with" mean?
What does 90 K mean?
What does CIM cover?
What does CIM strategy mean?
What does the expression "budgets are tighter" mean?
What does the expression "compettion is stiffer" mean?
What does the expression "ensure" mean?
What does the expression "from the ground up" mean?
What does the expression "global navigation" mean?
What does the expression "IBM PCs and compatibles" mean?
What does the expression "integrate our equipment" mean?
What does the expression "may well be" mean?
What does the expression "more on the marketing side" mean?
What does the expression "sincerely" mean?
What does the expression "the front rank" mean?
What does the expression "the hard fact" mean?
What does the expression "to access" mean?
What does the expression "to be quite good on the paper" mean?
What does the expression "was cut short" mean?
What does the expression "what's the set-up" mean?
What does the expression "without commiting either of us" mean?
What does the RSVP sign at the bottom of an invitation letter mean?
What forms of interviews are known to you?
What industrial actions can be taken by employees?
What industrial actions can be taken by the management to settle a dispute?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under career objective?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under education background?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under employment experience?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under honours or publications?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under other?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under permanent adress in a resume??
What information are candidates expected to fill in under personal data?
What information are candidates expected to fill in under references?
What is "a familiarization course"?
What is "bottom line"?
What is "industrial actions"?
What is a "deep-end" interview?
What is a course manual?
What is a disadvantage of this strategy?
What is a major difference in decision making and implementing in a Japanese corporation?
What is a major difference in decision making and implementing in an American corporation?
What is a panel interview?
What is a perk?
What is a typical approach of a Japanese office worker?
What is a typical approach of an American corporate official?
What is a wiserule to adhear to when being interviewed?
What is an advantage of CIM strategy?
What is collective bargaining?
What is lockout?
What is the correct way to express the previous idea?
What is the correct way to express the same idea?
What is the difference between big and small business in employee-management relations?
What is the informal way for "Good morning. May I sit here?"
What is the informal way for "Please, don't apologise"?
What is the informal way for "You've been given a large and impessive book"?
What is the meaning of the phrase "advise us" frequently used in letters?
What is the more formal way to say "Don't let other people read your manual".
What is the more formal way to say "engineers will use computers a lot"?
What is the more formal way to say "It's a pleasure to meet you"?
What is the other word for "established standards of behaviour at work"?
What might present a problem for an American businessman doing in Japan?
What names are commonly used at informal dinners?
What piece of silverware do they usually start with?
What should business documents be like?
What should you do before hanging up?
What should you do if you reach a wrong number?
What sort of experience would you describe as a hands-on one?
What way can a dispute go?
What will you answer to a toast in America?
What will you bring if you are invited to someone's home?
What will you have to do if you invite a businessman to have dinner in the evening or on weekend?
What will you if you are going to be late for the informal dinner?
What would you do if you were not sure which piece of silverware to use?
Where can people meet?
Where does a major part of job satisfaction come from?
Where does the "boss" work in a small company?
Which word is formal "start" or "commence"?
Who is expected to control employee's behaviour?
Why are management-employee relations not always straightforward?
Why are trade unions usually organised in large companies?
Why can the information in course manuals be confidental?
Why can you use Mr or Mrs before your name when introducing
Why do telex messages contain abbreviations?
Why should a CV be divided into sections and tabulated?
Will keep your elbows on or off the table when eating?
Will you be the first one to say "hello" when calling a client?
Will you bring a token of your appreciation for the invitation?
Will you ignore the RSVP sign at the bottom of an invitation letter?
Will you lean over to get closer to the food?
Will you lift the plate to bring it closer to your mouth?
Will you point with your utensils at something or somebody?
Will you start eating as soon as you have been served?
Will you start eating before the host or hostess begins?
Would you exchange business cards at the beginning af presentation?


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