Unit 6

Unit 6 - Clicks and bricks

Clicks = ......................
Bricks= ......................
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This lesson contains 37 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

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Unit 6 - Clicks and bricks

Clicks = ......................
Bricks= ......................

Slide 1 - Slide

What are the advantages of selling through webshops?

Slide 2 - Open question

What are the disadvantages of selling through webshops?

Slide 3 - Open question

Listening
Track 24 - Exercise 1+2
  • Exercise 2 - translate the sentences

Slide 4 - Slide

EX. 2/132
1. That brings us on the 4th topic on the agenda.
2. We are going to sell our products online.
3. It is a good opportunity to increase our sales.
4. Our competitors have already taken a big piece of the market share.
5. Does anyone else want to say something about this?
6. A lot of people prefer to buy their articles in the store.

Slide 5 - Slide

7.  What's the point on giving/spending so much money on e-commerce?
8. We invest in the future.
9. Can I interrupt you?
10. I want to summarise the arguments for and against.

Slide 6 - Slide

Ex. 6/134
1. The sales staff was quietly having a meeting.
2. Their products rarely arrive on time.
3. The resources prices have unexpectedly increased.
4. Our intern was late again this morning.
5. We have never been totally happy with this delivery company.
6. Luckily we found the mistake by ourselves.
7. I hope to hear from you soon.

Slide 7 - Slide

8. We have never received complaints about our delivery service.
9. You must try to write a little bit more clearly.
10. You are always complaining!

Slide 8 - Slide

Ex. 7/135
1. I saw the driver unloading the truck.
2. We heard Julianne phoning/calling with the head office in Brussels.
3. He wants us to deliver the shipment to Antwerp no later than 7 o'clock tomorrow morning.
4. I had the intern check the wooden crates again.
5. We expect all staff members to work overtime if neccessary.

Slide 9 - Slide

Track 25 - Exercise 3+4

Slide 10 - Slide

Adverbs (bijwoorden)
He walked slowly. (werkwoord)                                  HOE?
The exam was extremely difficult. (bijvoeg. vnw)
Jeff worked incredibly hard. (bijwoord)
Quietly, the man entered the house without being heard. (zin)

bijwoorden in het Engels  einden meestal in  -ly

Slide 11 - Slide

Adverbs of frequency
e.g.: always,  usually, normally , often, frequently, sometimes, occasionally, hardly ever, seldom, never  (bijwoorden van frequentie).

Bijwoorden van frequentie komen altijd voor het hoofdwerkwoord.
                      I often go swimming in the evenings.
                      He always plays tennis on Monday evening.
                      I never watch football.
                     We frequently go shopping in Amsterdam
                     

Slide 12 - Slide

Place adverbs of frequency
The adverbs come after a form of the verb 'to be' (am/are/is/was/were/ will):

He is never late.                                               
Sam was often tired.
I will always  remember you.

Slide 13 - Slide

We always play tennis on Monday.

My boss never shouts.


They sometimes go cycling at the weekend.
We are always fighting.

Mandy was never late in the morning.

Tom is sometimes very tired in the evening.
! Sometimes, Tom is very tired in the evening.

Slide 14 - Slide

Practice

Translate - Exercise 6 + 7

Slide 15 - Slide

Writing
Write the emails:
Ex. 10+11 / page 136-137
Hand in!

Listening
Ex. 12


Track 26
Dear Madam/Sir,
Dear Mr Brown,
Dear Mrs Green,

Looking forward to hearing from you,
Yours sincerely,

Slide 16 - Slide

Conversation
Ex. 14/138-139

Prepare the conversation

One reply /student

Slide 17 - Slide

Unit 6
Ex. 15 - Translate the sentences
Check

Ex. 16 Read the short text
Answer the questions IN YOUR OWN WORDS

Slide 18 - Slide

Ex. 15/139
1. Shall we check this afternoon's presentation?
2. The launching of our webshop will take place on 21 of July.
3. We are opening soon our third branch in Denmark.
4. Next week I'm going to work two days at home.
5. I'm afraid that we are not going to see those customers again.
6. When will the cash registers be replaced?
7. Tomorrow morning at 9.30 I am talking to our new marketing manager.
8. On which day exactly are sales starting?/ will sales start?

Slide 19 - Slide

9. Shall I show you how to log in, Sir?
10. I will check if there's somebody at the Customer's service. One moment, Madam.

Ex. 16 - 140

Slide 20 - Slide

Ex. 15/139
1. Shall we check this afternoon's presentation?
2. The launching of our webshop is (taking place) on 21 July.
3. Soon we will open a third branch in Denmark.
4. Next week I'm going to work two days at home.
5. I'm afraid that we won't see those customers again.
6. When will the cash registers be replaced?
7. At half past nine tomorrow morning I'm going to talk to our new marketing manager.

Slide 21 - Slide

8. On which day does the sale starts?
9. Shall I show you how to log in, Sir?
10. I will have a look / will check if there's somebody at the Customers Service. One second, Madam.

Slide 22 - Slide

UNIT 6
Look up the words at page 144

Learn Nl-En, En-Nl


Slide 23 - Slide

Unit 6
To do:
1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17

Learn for the test:
Sentences Ex. 2, 6, 7, 9, 15, 17
Words page 144
Test Unit 6:
...........15 Juni 2022...






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Slide 24 - Slide

  • kassa: cash-desk, cash register
  • veiligheid: safety, security
  • vooraadbeheer: stock controller
  • afzet: sales
  • marktaandeel: market share
  • samenvatten: summarise, resume
  • concurrent: competitor
  • een verzoek doen: inquiry
  • agendapunt: topic on the agenda
  • belevingseconomie: experience economy
  • koopervaring: shopping experience
  • grondstof: raw material
  • stagiair: intern, trainee
  • leverancier: supplier
  • bezorgdienst: delivery service
  • stopzetten: cease
  • opkomst: emergence
  • winkelstraat: highstreet
  • klanten trekken: attract customers
  • apparaatje: gadget
  • abonnement: subscription
  • lancering: launch
  • toegang hebben tot: have access to
  • kantoorbehoeften: office supplies
  • potentiele kooper: potential customer

Slide 25 - Slide

B1: Speaking tasks
What are the advantages of the clicks & bricks model?

Slide 26 - Slide

B1-B2: Speaking task
Statement:

Traditional retailing will never disappear

Agree                                            Disagree
Find 4 arguments to sustain your oppinion

Slide 27 - Slide

B1-B2 : Writing assignment
Statement:

Online selling will eventually exceed traditional selling

Write a +/- 250 words essay on this topic

Slide 28 - Slide

A.    Choose the correct alternative:

1.    Where did they (teach/learn) you to repair this machine?
2.    This programme (deals with/handles) handicapped children.
3.    Can you (bring/take) this box to the post office?
4.    Did you (look at/watch) TV last night?
5.    I like soaps better (then/than) sports programmes.
6.    Does your shop often (get/become) complaints?
7.    What’s your (meaning/opinion) on this matter?

Slide 29 - Slide

B.    Translate these short sentences, but don’t use the first meaning you see in the dictionary.

1.    Hoe kom ik bij het station?
2.    Ik heb het te doen met hem.
3.    Ze halen hele goede verkoopresultaten.
4.    Jouw baas is een rare vent, maar ik mag hem wel.
5.    Ik moet meer aandacht schenken aan wat ik eet.
6.    Je hebt de verkeerde nummer gedraaid.

Slide 30 - Slide

B.

1.    How do I get to the station?
2.    I really sympathise with him.
3.    They accomplish very high sales figures.
4.    Your boss is a bit odd, but I like him.
5.    I must really pay more attention to what I eat.
6.    You have dialled the wrong number.

Slide 31 - Slide

Bijwoord:   NA een form van “zijn”  ( am/is/are/was/were/will)
                    VOOR een gewone werkwoord
                    NA de eerste hulpwerkwoord in een samengestelde werkwoord

1.    Laura is still at the store.
2.    That customer was probably not satisfied.
3.    So you have never been to London.
4.    Tom frequently gets low marks.
5.    My brother sometimes plays the guitar.
6.    I’ve already had four tests.
7.    You’ve undoubtedly been told the same thing at the police station.



Slide 32 - Slide

8.    I would also have refused to accept that deal, if I were you.
9.    George will most probably be able to do the maths test again next week
10.    I can barely speak Italian.
11.    I would certainly have told my friends if I had known.
12.    My mum seldom tells me to go out for a walk.
13.    English is still compulsory at Dutch secondary schools.
14.    Do your teachers often  check on your homework?
15.    You will soon hear if I throw a birthday party.
16.    Our English teacher generally sets little homework.
17.    I’ll immediately let you know when I’ve got my degree.

Slide 33 - Slide

Exercise 13 [p. 90]

1. I would like (to have) more information about the product your company manufactures / makes.
2. Can you send me a price list and a catalogue?
3. Is there anything in particular you would like (to have) information about?
4. I would like to tell you a little more about our new assortment.
5. I would not know, off the top of my head. If you have a minute, I will check (it) for you.
6. Can you spell your name and address, please?

Slide 34 - Slide

Exercise 13 [p. 90]

1. I would like (to have) more information about the product your company manufactures / makes.
2. Can you send me a price list and a catalogue?
3. Is there anything in particular you would like (to have) information about?
4. I would like to tell you a little more about our new assortment.
5. I would not know, off the top of my head. If you have a minute, I will check (it) for you.
6. Can you spell your name and address, please?

Slide 35 - Slide

Exercise 13 [p. 90]

1. I would like (to have) more information about the product your company manufactures / makes.
2. Can you send me a price list and a catalogue?
3. Is there anything in particular you would like (to have) information about?
4. I would like to tell you a little more about our new assortment.
5. I would not know, off the top of my head. If you have a minute, I will check (it) for you.
6. Can you spell your name and address, please?

Slide 36 - Slide

Exercise 13 [p. 90]

1. I would like (to have) more information about the product your company manufactures / makes.
2. Can you send me a price list and a catalogue?
3. Is there anything in particular you would like (to have) information about?
4. I would like to tell you a little more about our new assortment.
5. I would not know, off the top of my head. If you have a minute, I will check (it) for you.
6. Can you spell your name and address, please?

Slide 37 - Slide