This course follows Lee from the beginning of his job search until the day he signs his resignation letter.
In the first lesson of this series, Lee applies for a job. See examples of email correspondence between Lee and a prospective employer.
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In this lesson, Lee has a job interview. He later writes a follow-up thank you letter.
Lee receives a job offer by email and must phone his new employer to negotiate the terms.
Lee gets a tour of his new workplace.
Lee takes preliminary steps to make a purchase order for office supplies. Important office vocabulary is introduced and reviewed.
Lee leaves a telephone message with a sales representative's assistant. He later receives a voice mail message.
Lee negotiates the price of the office supply purchase over the phone.
Lee takes part in a marketing meeting with two other business professionals.
Lee receives an email question about one of his company's products. He responds by email with the necessary information.
A customer places an order with Lee over the telephone.
Customer service helps out a client via instant messaging.
Lee responds to an email complaint from a dissatisfied customer.
Lee meets with his boss to discuss his performance review.
In this final lesson of the series, Lee writes a resignation letter. He has been offered a new position with a different company.
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In this lesson, you will practice useful expressions and questions for taking a taxi in an English-speaking country.
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