Unit 9

1. Describe the attraction.
    What can you do there? 
2. Where is it located?
3. How much does it cost for an adult? How much for a 12-years old?
4. Can you enter with a dog?
8. On a scale from 1 to 10, hoe much would you like to visit it?
7. Is it open all year long?
5. What time does it open on Wednesday?
6. What time does it close on Saturday?
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Items in this lesson

1. Describe the attraction.
    What can you do there? 
2. Where is it located?
3. How much does it cost for an adult? How much for a 12-years old?
4. Can you enter with a dog?
8. On a scale from 1 to 10, hoe much would you like to visit it?
7. Is it open all year long?
5. What time does it open on Wednesday?
6. What time does it close on Saturday?

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Reading skills

Skimmen
Extensive reading

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TRADE FAIR = Exhibition organised for companies in order to present their latest goods
FAIR TRADE = trade between companies in developed countries and producers in developing countries in which fair prices are paid to the producers.

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TRADE FAIR
  • Which trade fairs do you know?
  • Have YOU ever attended a trade fair? Which one(s)?
  • What types or products or services were on offer?
  • Why do manufacturers exibit their products at a trade fair?

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What does a company have to arrange when they participate to a trade fair?

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Trade Fair
Listening Ex. 2

Listening Ex. 3

Translate Ex. 4.
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1. Business is going better, luckily.
2. I'm happy that you think so.
3. Thanks, but I'm not going to do it.
4. Wait a second/minute.
5. What's so special about this thing?
6. I'll spare you the rest of the salespitch.
7. Are you from Lomax company?
8. If you can walk with me...
9. I'm mostly/specially interested in...
10. But please, call me Judith.

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11. I was wondering if you...
12. I can show you the entire assortment/range right away/ in a moment.
13. Were you looking for anything in particular?
14. Then you are definitely at the right address.
15. I think it would be best to show you our latest model.

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KUNNEN = IN STAAT ZIJN
can      ott   I can fix this problem.
could  ovt   Last year, we could   watch the ice-hockey games live.

KUNNEN = MISSCHIEN
may              It may be cold outside.
could/might  You could/might be right.

KUNNEN = MOGEN, TOESTEMMING HEBBEN
can               You can use my pen.
could           Mr Saunders, could I have a word with you?
may             May I interrupt you for a second?
be allowed to     We are not allowed to open the restaurants.

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MOETEN

van jezelf -> must     I must get home by 16.30 because                                                I want to go to the gym.
van een andere -> have to   I have to finish this project                                                        by September 30.

advies, dienen te -> should   You should wear a face                                                              mask when it's crowded.
men zegt dat, er wordt gezegd dat
               It is said that the shares will go up again.

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LATEN
  • laten=toestaan: let   Let me help you.

  • laten=toestamming geven: allow  The manager     allowed us to leave earlier today.

  • laten=dwingen: make   The boss made me overwork.

  • laten=opdracht geven: have  I have had the mechanic check my car last week.

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Ex. 7/196
1. Sorry, Madam, but I must insist on cash payment.
2. I haven't found out yet what's wrong with the scanner.
3. You should have warned the manager directly.
4. You are not allowed to use those green plastic trays for food supplies.
5. Should J call, tell him that he can reach me on my mobile.

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6. Excuse me Madam, may I take a look in your bag?
7. The shelf-fillers are not allowed to operate the cash registers.
8. We will have to ask the manufacturer/producer for new folders.
9. The cashiers couldn't remember the dozens of price changes.
10. You can;t be careful enough with this kind of dangerous products.

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11. I had to hire two new cashiers.
12. It is impossible to guarantee delivery within two weeks.
13. Do we have to check the warehouse/storage?
14. You may go if you want.
15. I couldn't understand the foreign customer, he spoke rather softly.

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Ex. 8/197-198
1. We had Effig Reizen arrange our trip to St Paul, Minnesota.
2. I will have the china packed in carton boxes.
3. The manager showed me the lates sales figures.
4. Would you please send in the next applicant?
5. Leave the new cashier alone for now. It's just her first work day today.
6. We always have Connex design and build our stands.

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7. I had the trainee/intern enter the sales prices into the computer again.
8. We will send for someone from the security.
9. The delivery man dropped three boxes of eggs.
10. Don't keep those two customers waiting at the cash desk too long.

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TRADE FAIR
Conversation

Prepare one dialogue from Exercise 5/page 194

Ready?
Prepare the telephone conversations of exercise 6/pg 195-196.
Chose a role and prepare your part

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Exercise 7 [p. 196]
1. I am sorry, madam, but I have to insist on cash payment.
2. I have not been able to find out what is wrong with the scanner.
3. You should have warned the manager at once.
4. You cannot / should not use those green trays for foodstuffs.
5. If Jeroen should call, tell him he can reach me on my mobile number.
6. Excuse me, madam, may I look in your bag, please?
7. Shelf-fillers are not allowed to operate the cash register.
8. We will have to ask the manufacturer for new leaflets.
9. The cashiers could not memorise the dozens of price changes.

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10. You can't be careful enough with this kind of dangerous products.
11. I had to hire two new cashiers.
12. We can't possibly guarantee delivery within two weeks.
13. Do we have to check the warehouse?
14. You may go if you wish.
15. I couldn't understand the foreign customer because he spoke rather soft.

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Exercise 8 [p. 197]
1. We had Effing Reizen arrange everything for our trip to St Paul, Minnesota.
2. I will have the service packed in cardboard boxes / in cartons.
3. The manager showed me the latest sales figures.
4. Would you please send in the next applicant?
5. Leave the new cashier be for now; today is her first day / it is her first day today.
6. We always have Connex design and build our stands.
7. I had the trainee enter the sale prices into the computer again.
8. We will send for someone from security.
9. The delivery man dropped three boxes of eggs.
10. Do not keep those two customers waiting at the cash-desk too long. 

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10. You cannot be too careful with this type of dangerous products.
11. I have had to hire / engage two new cashiers.
12. We cannot possibly guarantee delivery within two weeks.
There is no way we can guarantee delivery within two weeks.
13. Do we have to / Should we check the warehouse?
14. You can go now, if you like.
15. I could not understand that foreign customer very well, because he spoke in a very low voice.

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Ex. 9 - Vocabulary

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 Check +Listening
Check ex. 11/200
Hand in Ex 12 (on paper or email)
Ex. 13/page 201
Ex. 14/page 202

Ex. 15/page 202
Ex. 16/203 - choose 2 of the 3 conversations

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Track 38

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1 lettergreep   cheap - cheaper - cheapest
                           tall    - taller    - tallest
                           
2 lettergrepen   busy - busier - busiest
                              clever - cleverer - cleverest
2 lettergrepen awful - more awful - most awful
                            tired - more tired - most tired
                            famous - more famous - most famous 
3 of meer lettergrepen
                    expensive - more expensive - most expensive
                    complicated - more complicated - most complicated

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Ex. 17-page 204
1. the largest amount of complaints
2. the most successful businessman of the year
3. the last train from Boston
4. the most simple and safe way to pay / easiest and safest
5. the most profitable store formula
6. a slightly bigger market share
7. the last copy of our new flyer/leaflet

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8. a lot more regular customers
9. even the most patient shop assistant
10. less change than yesterday
11. some of our older sales assistants
12. the latest fashion from Milan and Paris
13. the most famous department stores of N.Y.
14. a much wider assortment                       15. the harshest winter since 1963
                                                                                            the most severe winter...

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Ex. 17/204
1. the highest/ largest amount of complaints
2. the most successful entrepreneur/manager of the year
3. the last train from Boston
4. the easiest and safest way of payment
5. the most profitable shop formula
6. a slightly bigger market share
7. the latest copy of our new flyer/leaflet

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8. many more regular customers/clients
9. even the most patient salesperson
10. less change than yesterday
11. some of the senior sales assistants
12. the latest fashion from Milan and Paris
13. the most famous department store of New York
14. a much wider assortment
15. the severest winter since 1963

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Words page 208
een handelsbeurs bezoeken - attend a trade fair
bestaande en potentiele klanten - existing and potential customers
concurrent - competitor
tentoonstellen - display, expose
producteigenschappen - product features
horeca - catering industry
evenement - event
verkooppraat - sales pitch
het volledige assortiment - entire assortment
exposant - exibitor
modieus - fashionable
modebewust - fashion conscious
moderne en klassieke ontwerpen - modern and classic designs
op bestelling maken - make to measure
vakliteratuur - sales literature
locatie - location
bereikbaarheid - accessibility
parkeerfaciliteiten - parking facilities
vulploegmedewerker - shelf-filler
zich inschrijven op een beurs - register for a trade fair
verkoper - salesman
monster van een product - sample
tentoonstelling - exibition
winkelformule - shop formula
ondernemer - entrepreneur

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Test Unit 9
Learn Words page 208

Ex. 4, 7, 8, 14, 17

Test Unit 9 - Monday 11.10

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je kent de persoon niet: Dear Madam/ Dear Sir,

je kent de naam (formeel): Dear Mr Baalstra,
                                                   Dear Mrs Brown,

je kent de naam (informeel): Dear Frank,
                                                       Dear Anna,

eind:   Looking forward to hearing from you,

groet:  Kind regards, / Sincerely yours,

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Inquiry
  • Je wilt deelnemen aan de Winter Fair in Manchester tussen 12- 18 december 2021 en je wilt een stand boeken. 
  • Gebruik je eigen naam
  • De naam van je bedrijf is jouw achternaam + Ltd.  ( ex.; De Beer Ltd)
  • Je hebt 25 m2 nodig, met elektriciteit, twee tafels en 4 stoelen.
  • Beschrijf welke producten je gaat exposeren in de stand (eigen keuze)
  • Vraag tot hoe laat is de beurs open op 18 december.
  • Vraag of je een TV scherm of een computer kunt huren om promotiefilms te kunnen laten zien.
  • Zeg dat een snelle reactie zeer gewaardeerd wordt.
  • Eindig met groeten en je eigen naam

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