14 Business Interaction – Giving and Receiving Feedback

便利な表現(Useful Expressions)
Read aloud the vocabulary words.
commend (v.)
stratagem (n.)
substantial (adj.)
abetment (n.)
accord (n.)
便利な表現(Useful Expressions)
Read aloud and complete the sentences.
1. The report you sent me is _________. It contains all the details I need to know.
2. We must strictly follow the _______ because it is what we have agreed upon.
3. The ________ of the government is needed to accomplish the projects this year.
4. You always do your best to complete all the tasks on time. I would like to ________ you for that.
5. We have tough competitors. Thinking of a new ________ is what we need to get ahead.
Read the whole dialogue with your tutor.
Fill in the blanks with the words you just learned.
Tutor: Thank you for coming even on a short notice. I really appreciate it.
Student: No problem. Luckily, I have no scheduled appointments today.
Tutor: Let me start by thanking you for the detailed report you’ve sent me. I must admit it is(1) _________.
Student: You’re welcome! Do you have further questions about the status of the project?
Tutor: Not really. I like how you strictly followed the (2) _______ we have agreed upon.
Student: That’s good to hear! I would not have done it without the (3) ________ of the president of our company.
Tutor: You’re very humble. I would also like to (4) ________ your efforts to accomplish your tasks on time.
Student: Thank you. I am glad that you are satisfied with my work.
Tutor: Absolutely. The (5) _________ you proposed will definitely help us beat our competitors.
Student: I really hope it does!
聞き取り問題(Listening Comprehension)
Listen to your tutor as he/she reads a passage twice.
Then, answer your tutor’s question.
According to the passage, why is having proper communication important in an organization?
聞き取り問題(Listening Comprehension)
Text read out by the tutor
Read the following text aloud. Then, answer your tutor’s question.
It has been two weeks, but you still haven’t received any updates from the media planners you hired for your marketing campaign. When you called them, you were given an incomplete report. You’re thinking of replacing them, however, your manager adjusted the deadline to next week.
How do you deal with the situation?