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Functioning In Business, FIB 9F-5

FIB VOA Jingle





FIB 9F – 5

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FIB Opening

Quiet, please. Ready for Functioning in Business.

FIB MUSIC lead-in and then background

Eliz: Hello, I’m Elizabeth Moore. Welcome to Functioning in Business!

MUSIC swells and fades

Larry: Functioning in Business is an intermediate level business English course
with a focus on American business practices and culture.

Today’s unit is “A New Customer, Part 6.”

This program focuses on Asking a Favor.

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MUSIC

Interview: Blake

Larry: Interview

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Eliz: Today, we are talking to Mr. Charles Blake from his office in Beijing.

SFX: Phone beep

Eliz: Hello Mr. Blake.

Blake: Hello.

Eliz: Today we’re listening to the end of your first conversation with Mr. Gomez at Federal Motors.

You expected to meet Mr. Stewart Chapman.

Blake: Yes, Mr. Chapman was called out of town suddenly on a personal matter.

At first I was a little upset.

But then Mr. Gomez reassured me.

Eliz: OK. Let’s listen to that part of the conversation.

MUSIC

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Larry: Dialog

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Larry: Mr. Gomez tries to make Mr. Blake feel more comfortable.

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Gomez: In the meantime, I’m quite familiar with International Robotics and your products...

...and so I’d like to work with you, if that would be all right.

Blake: Okay, sure. And I understand about Mr. Chapman’s absence.

It’s no problem.

Gomez: Great.

Uh, you must be tired from your trip.

Why don’t we go into the office and sit down and relax for a few minutes...

And we can get some coffee or tea if you’d like.

Blake: Okay, that sounds great.

Gomez: Great.

MUSIC

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Language Focus: Variations

Larry: Variations.

Listen to these variations.

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Eliz: You must be tired.

Larry: You’re probably tired.

(pause)

Eliz: Why don’t we go into the office?

Larry: Let’s go into the office.

(pause)

Eliz: We can get some coffee or tea, if you’d like.

Larry: Would you like some coffee or tea?

(pause)

Eliz: Okay, that sounds great.

Larry: Thanks. I appreciate it.

(pause)

MUSIC

Interview: Blake, first meeting with Gomez

Larry: Interview

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Eliz: Mr. Blake, in our last interview, you said that you were a little disappointed.

Blake: Well, that was because I didn’t realize who Dave Gomez was.

I thought that he was a low-level manager.

I was afraid that Federal Motors wasn’t interested in our robots.

But later I found out that he was a Vice-President of Federal Motors.

Eliz: So you felt better?

Blake: Very much.

Eliz: Mr. Blake, thank you for talking to me today.

Blake: It’s always a pleasure.

Eliz: Let’s take a short break.

MUSIC


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