Functioning In Business, FIB 11A-5
Saly: ວິທຍຸວີໂອເອຂໍສເນີບົດຮຽນພາສາອັງກິດ Functioning in Business.
Larry: Alri-i-i-ght. Ready for Functioning in Business. Cue Music...
FIB MUSIC lead-in and then background
Eliz: Hello, I'm Elizabeth Moore. Welcome to Functioning in Business!
MUSIC swells and fades
Larry(Opening): Functioning in Business is an intermediate level business English course with a focus on American business practices and culture.
Today's unit is "Coming to Agreement, Part 1."
This program focuses on Accepting an Apology.
Saly: Functioning in Business ເປັນບົດຮຽນພາສາອັງກິດທາງທຸຣະກິດຂັ້ນກາງ ທ່ີເພັ່ງເລງໃສ່ການປະຕິບັດທຸຣະກິດຂອງຊາວອະເມຣິກັນແລະວັທນະທັມອະເມຣິກັນ ຫົວຂໍ້ ຂອງບົດຮຽນຂອງເຮາມື້ນິ້ແມ່ນ. Today's unit is "Coming to Agreement, Part 1." ແປວ່າ ມີການຕົກລົງກັນໄດ້ ຕອນທີນ່ຶງ ແລະບົດຮຽນຈະເພັ່ງເລງໃສ່ເຣ່ືອງການຮັບເອົາການຂໍໂທດຫຼືການຍົກໂທດໃຫ້.
ແຕ່ກ່ອນຈະຂຶ້ນຕົ້ນບົດຮຽນ Functioning in Business. ເຮົາຈະຟັງຄຳຖາມປະຈຳສັປດາຕໍ່ກ່ອນ. ເຊີນຟັງ Max ຖາມ Kathy ຂໍ້ຕໍ່ໄປ.
Max: Are you ready for the next question?
Max: All right...
Who do you think will have a longer life: Americans with pets or Americans without pets?
Kathy: Which group do I think will live longer?
Americans with pets, or Americans without pets?
Max: Yes... who will live longer?
Kathy: Well... I'm just guessing, but I think people with pets are happier, so they will have a longer life.
Is that right?
Max: Yes! Americans with a cat or a dog have a longer life than Americans without pets.
Kathy: You have a dog, don't you, Max?
Max: Yes. We love our dog, and he makes us happy.
Kathy: Maybe I'll get a dog, too.
Max: Good idea.
Larry: A Question for You
Max: Now here's a question for you.
Larry: Listen for the bell, then say your answer.
Saly: ກ່ອນທ່ານຈະຕອບຄຳຖາມສຳລັບທ່ານ ໃຫ້ທ່ານລໍຟັງສຽງກະດິງດັງຂຶ້ນກ່ອນ.
Max: Which do you prefer, meat or vegetables?
(pause for answer)
ຫົວຂໍ້ຂອງບົດສົນທະນາດັ່ງກ່າວກໍຄື A Trip to California ແປວ່າການເດີນທາງ
Story Interlude: A Trip to California
Larry: OK... and we're off the air.
SFX: Elizabeth entering
Eliz: Hi, everybody.
Max and Kathy: Hi. Hi, Elizabeth.
Eliz: Well, it looks like I'll be making a trip to California next month.
Kathy: Really? How exciting!
Max: That's great, Elizabeth. Are you going on vacation?
Eliz: Well, I'm going to take a couple of days off.
I'm going to meet Boris in San Francisco.
He's going out there for a conference next month.
After the conference is over, I'll fly out and meet him.
He wants to do some sightseeing.
He's never been to San Francisco. But I have.
Max: San Francisco is a beautiful city.
Kathy: Oh, that sounds like so much fun.
Max: Did you book your flight already?
Eliz: Yes, I went to my travel agent the other day.
He got me a good price on a round-trip ticket.
Max: Did you get a non-stop flight?
Eliz: Yes, I got the non-stop flight.
It leaves ve-e-e-ry early in the morning. But it's convenient.
Excuse me. It's time to start my show.
Max: OK. See you later.
Interview: Charles Blake
I was anxious to talk to Mr. Chapman so that we could finalize the agreement. ແປວ່າ ຂ້ອຍຢາກລົມກັບທ່ານ Chapman ແທ້ໆ ເພື່ອວ່າພວກຂ້ອຍຊິໄດ້ມ້ວນທ້າຍຂໍ້ຕົກລົງຂອງພວກເຮົາໃຫ້ເສັດຮຽບຮ້ອຍ.
Eliz: Today, we are talking again to Mr. Charles Blake.
SFX: Phone beep
Eliz: Hello, Mr. Blake.
Blake: Hello. It's nice to talk with you again!
Eliz: Today, we're going to listen to your conversation with Mr. Stewart Chapman.
Blake: Yes. I met with Mr. Chapman as soon as he came back to town.
Dave Gomez had been extremely helpful.
But I was anxious to talk to Mr. Chapman so that we could finalize the agreement.
Eliz: Let's listen to the beginning of that conversation.
Saly: ຄຳວ່າ extremely, e x t r e m e l y, extremely ແປວ່າແທ້ໆວ່າໆ, ແທ້ອ່ີຫຼີ