Let’s learn vocabulary. Listen and repeat the words and the sentences with your tutor.
|-in a way that does not change
|The company has consistently succeeded in its product promotion.
|2. sharp fall
|-a quick and sharp sudden drop
|An inadequate person in a job can lead to a sharp fall in sales.
|-to go down to a lower level
|In the first three months of the year, house prices dipped.
|-the process of becoming successful or normal again after problems
|The boss expects a full recovery of his business after this month.
|-to reach the greatest point or level of activity
|The sales climaxed due to the new product endorsers.
Let’s make sentences using the vocabulary we’ve just learned.
|2. sharp fall
Let’s read the dialogue. After that, we’ll switch roles.
Good day, Cay! Do you recall some of the details from the presentation?
Yes, I do. Is there anything I can do to help you?
Yes. I’m curious as to which months saw continuous revenue growth for our products.
From January through April, sales of our computer products increased consistently.
I see. Was there ever a decrease in sales?
Yes, there was a sharp fall at the start of May. Our sales dipped slightly in the middle of the first half but showed signs of recovery after that.
What about the cellphone sales peak?
Well, cellphone sales peaked in June.
Great! Thank you so much for taking the time to explain everything to me.
You’re always welcome.
Please summarize the conversation using your own words and expressions.
Let’s do a roleplay. Talk with me according to the situation below, using the expressions you just learned.
|You have been invited to a presentation on the company’s sales trends. Following that, you must inform your coworker (your tutor), who was unable to attend the meeting. Use the following as your guide:
-steady sales between January and May
-a sharp fall at the beginning of June
-furniture sales peaked in July
Let’s discuss today’s theme. Please answer the questions below.
|What are some of the most effective tactics that firms use to attain their sales peak?
|Is it possible to avoid a drop in sales? How so?
REVIEW AND FEEDBACK
Now, let us review the things that you learned in this lesson.
(Please give a short feedback on how your student did on your class.)