Formal Introduction

 

Practice the sentences

Listen to the sentence and spell the missing word.
What do you do?en
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I'm responsible for and shipping.
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I would like to introduce myself.en
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It's a pleasure to you.
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I'm currently working on a new .
p r o j e c t
That sounds really interesting. Tell me more.en
 
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Practice the sentences

Listen to the sentence and spell the missing word.
What do you do?en
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  •  I'm responsible for 
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    • l
    • s
    • s
    • a
    and shipping.
     
 
 
I would like to introduce myself.en
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  •  It's a pleasure to 
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    • t
    • e
    • m
    you.
     
 
 
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  •  I'm currently working on a new 
    • o
    • r
    • t
    • j
    • p
    • e
    • c
    .
     
That sounds really interesting. Tell me more.en
 
 
 
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Practice the phrases

Build the sentence by clicking on the words.
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Learn the dialog

Listen to the dialogue while reading the text.
Good morning, I don't think we have met.en
Good morning. No we haven't. My name is David Brown.en
Pleased to meet you, Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.en
How do you do, Mrs. Peters?en
I'm doing quite well. How about yourself?en
Good as well. What company are you working for?en
I'm with Ferox, a computer company based in Chicago.en
Have you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.en
No, not yet.en
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning about his business.en
Sounds good.en
 

Practice the dialog

Complete the dialogue.
 
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  •   Good morning, I don't think we have 
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    • e
    • m
    .
     
 
 
Good morning, I don't think we have .
m e t
 
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  •   Good morning. No we haven't. My 
    • m
    • a
    • e
    • n
    is David Brown.
     
 
 
Good morning. No we haven't. My is David Brown.
n a m e
 
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  •   Pleased to 
    • t
    • e
    • e
    • m
    you, Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.
     
 
 
Pleased to you, Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.
m e e t
 
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  •   How do you 
    • o
    • d
    , Mrs. Peters?
     
 
 
How do you , Mrs. Peters?
 
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  •   I'm 
    • o
    • d
    • n
    • g
    • i
    quite well. How about yourself?
     
 
 
I'm quite well. How about yourself?
d o i n g
 
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  •   Good as 
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    • l
    • l
    • w
    . What company are you working for?
     
 
 
Good as . What company are you working for?
w e l l
 
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  •   I'm 
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    • h
    • w
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    Ferox, a computer company based in Chicago.
     
 
 
I'm Ferox, a computer company based in Chicago.
w i t h
 
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  •    
    • e
    • v
    • H
    • a
    you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.
     
 
 
you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.
H a v e
 
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  •   No, not 
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    • y
    • e
    .
     
 
 
No, not .
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  •   Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning 
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    • t
    • a
    • o
    • b
    his business.
     
 
 
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning his business.
a b o u t
 
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Sounds good.
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Practice Listening

Listen to the dialogue and choose the matching statement.
 
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    • He works for a new company.en
       
    • He wants to work as a sales clerk.en
       
    • He works as a sales clerk.en
       
 
 
 
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    • They met last week.en
       
    • They aren't sure if they have met before.en
       
    • They have met before.en
       
 
 
 
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    • He will call tomorrow.en
       
    • He is on vacation next week.en
       
    • They are planning a meeting next week.en
       
 
 
 
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Speak the dialogue

Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
Ms.Peter
Good morning, I don't think we have met.en
You
Good morning. No we haven't. My name is David Brown. en
Pleased to meet you, Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters.en
How do you do, Mrs. Peters? en
I'm doing quite well. How about yourself?en
Good as well. What company are you working for? en
I'm with Ferox, a computer company based in Chicago.en
Have you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering. en
No, not yet.en
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning about his business. en
Sounds good.en
Speak your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Record your answers to the dialogue (when it's your turn). Then replay your recording and compare each recorded part to the original.
You
Good morning, I don't think we have met. en
David
Good morning. No we haven't. My name is David Brown.en
Pleased to meet you, Mr. Brown. My name is Elizabeth Peters. en
How do you do, Mrs. Peters?en
I'm doing quite well. How about yourself? en
Good as well. What company are you working for?en
I'm with Ferox, a computer company based in Chicago. en
Have you met Mr. Smith from Compex? He specializes in computer engineering.en
No, not yet. en
Let me introduce you to him. I think you would be interested in learning about his business.en
Sounds good. en
 
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