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Mary Is Visiting her Mother in San Francisco


Functioning in Business, FIB 10A-7

FIB VOA Jingle

Saly: Lao Opening

FIB

FIB 10A – 7

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FIB Opening

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Eliz: And if we can’t agree?

Gary: Then the negotiations break down. They fail.

For example... let’s say that you are selling a car for one thousand dollars.

That’s your proposal.

I tell you that I’ll pay five hundred dollars. That’s my counter-proposal.

Eliz: And what if I say that I’ll accept eight hundred dollars?

Gary: I can accept your counter-proposal or make a new one.

Eliz: I see. Well, Gary, I’m looking forward to hearing more about negotiations.

MUSIC

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Language Focus: True/False

Larry: True or False.

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Eliz: The goal of negotiation is to reach an agreement.

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Eliz: True. People offer proposals and counter-proposals in an attempt to reach an agreement.

(pause)

Eliz: Negotiations sometimes fail.

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Eliz: True. If no proposal is acceptable to both sides, the negotiations will fail.

MUSIC

Business Dialog:

Larry: Business Dialog

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San Francisco.

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I’ll probably be exhausted. cx;jk0hvp7n-yvyfg,njvps^kpD

Eliz: Let’s listen to today’s Business Dialogs.

In both dialogs, Tom is on the phone with Mary, an employee in his department.

Mary is visiting her mother in San Francisco.

Larry: Dialog Number One.

SFX: phone

Tom: Mary, I really need you back on Monday.

Mary: Tom, I understand your problem, but it’s not possible for me to work on Monday.

My flight arrives at six o’clock on Monday morning.

I’ll be too tired to work.

I can definitely start on Tuesday.

Tom: And there’s absolutely no way you can change your airline ticket?

Mary: No, I’m afraid not.

Larry: Dialog Number Two.

SFX: phone

Tom: Mary, I really need you back on Monday.

Mary: Well... That may be difficult.

My plane arrives at six o’clock Monday morning.

I’ll probably be exhausted.

Tom: How about if you only work in the afternoon?

Would you agree to that?

Mary: I might be able to do that.

But I’d like some time off later in the week.

Tom: Sure, I can arrange that.

MUSIC

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