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A Network Is a Group of Things that Are Connected


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Functioning in Business FIB 8E-5

Saly Lao Opening

FIB Opening

FIB 8E – 5

Saly: Lao Opening

FIB Opening

Saly: Interview(in Lao)

Interview:

Larry: Interview

Eliz: Mr. Epstein, why did you want to keep in touch with Mr. Blake?

Epstein: Well, I knew that International Robotics had excellent technology.

And I knew we might want to buy from them in the future.

Eliz: So you’re taking a long-range view into the future.

Epstein: Yes, you never know where you’ll be in the future.

So it helps to have as many friends as possible.

Most of all, I like Charles, and I hope to work with him someday.

Eliz: Thank you very much for talking to us today.

Epstein: It was my pleasure.

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Language Focus: Questions Based on FIB Dialog

Larry: Questions.

Listen to the question, then listen to the dialog.

Saly: Instructions in Lao

Eliz: Why is Mr. Blake going to New York?

(short pause)

Epstein: So listen, what are your plans from here?

Blake: Well, tomorrow I’m flying to New York in the afternoon to meet with some prospective customers.

Epstein: I certainly wish you the best of luck out there.

Blake: Thank you.

Eliz: Why is Mr. Blake going to New York?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Eliz: He’s going there to meet with some prospective customers.

(short pause)

Larry: Listen to the question, then listen to the dialog.

Saly: Instructions in Lao

Eliz: Does Mr. Epstein think that this is the end of his relationship with Mr. Blake?

(short pause)

Epstein: Also, I’d like to ask if you could just keep in touch later.

I’m very interested to know what happens.

In the future, we never know what’s going to happen.

But it may be possible for us to work together.

Blake: Okay. I certainly will, Mike.

Eliz: Does Mr. Epstein think that this is the end of his relationship with Mr. Blake?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Eliz: No. He hopes that it will be possible for them to work together in the future.

(short pause)

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Culture Tips: Networking

Larry: Culture Tips

Saly: Culture Tips(in Lao)

This Culture Tip answers the question: “What is networking?”

· a network Laot ranslation

The Internet connects people. Lao translation

Eliz: Welcome once again to “Culture Tips” with Gary Engleton.

Today, our e-mail question is: “American business people are always talking about networking.”

“What exactly is networking?”

Gary: Well, a network is a group of things that are connected.

Eliz: Like the Internet.

Gary: Exactly. The Internet connects people.

“Networking” means keeping in touch with the people you know in business—for example, your suppliers, customers, and co-workers.

You can also network with people you used to work with, and with people you knew at your university.

Eliz: So why do people network?

Gary: Well, if you talk to a lot of people, you will hear different points of view and your information will be up to date.

This is important in business.

And networking is especially important if you are looking for a job.

People in your network can tell you about job openings, and they can recommend you to their employers.

Eliz: So, Gary, who is in your network?

Gary: People like you.

And I am in your network.

Eliz: I’ll keep that in mind.

Thanks for your tips, Gary.

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