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商务英语 - Episode 1: Pleased to meet you

The Business of English - Episode 1: Pleased to meet you

《商务英语》
情景一:很高兴认识你
非常感谢
Thank you very much.
你好 我好像没见过你
Hello, I don’t think we’ve met.
Sam Eriks
Sam Eriks.
Victor Tang 很高兴见到你
Victor Tang. Pleased to meet you.
Tang先生 你来自哪家公司呢?
And what company are you from Mr Tang?
OceanWide 我是这个地区的销售代表
OceanWide. I’m the sales representative for this region.
是吗 我知道你们公司
Ah yes. I know your company.
最近你们的业务拓展的很快
Your business is expanding very rapidly at the moment.
是的 我们做的挺好的
Yes, we’re doing quite well.
那你呢? 你在哪里工作?
And yourself? Who do you work for?
事实上我自己创业
Actually I work for myself.
我是一个小出口包装公司的CEO
I’m the C.E.O. of a small export and packaging company.
我们主要做海鲜
We specialise in seafood.
那是个很有潜力的市场
It’s a growing market.
是啊 不过也是竞争激烈的一个 Tang先生
Yes, but a very competitive one Mr Tang.
请叫我Victor
Please call me Victor.
请叫我Sam
Sam.
Victor 让我介绍个人给你认识
Victor, let me introduce you to someone.
Lin 这是Victor Tang 他是OceanWide公司的区域销售代表
Lin, this is Victor Tang he’s the regional rep. for OceanWide.
这位是Lin Chan 我们的业务经理
This is Lin Chan, my sales manager.
你好吗?Tang先生
How do you do Mr Tang?
很好 谢谢你
I’m very well thank you.
我也是
And you.
我能再跟你喝一杯吗?
Can I get you another drink?
谢谢
Thank you.
我们来看一下介绍
Let’s look at introductions.
首先 山姆遇到他不认识的维克多 他是怎么介绍自己的呢?
First how did Sam introduce himself to Victor who he didn’t know?
你好 我好像没有见过你
Hello, I don’t think we’ve met.
Sam Eriks
Sam Eriks.
Victor Tang 很高兴认识你
Victor Tang. Pleased to meet you.
Sam说“hello”
Sam said hello.
大多数时候我们可以说“hello”
We can say hello in most situations.
这时候
This
你也可以说:“I don’t think we’ve met”
You also said: I don’t think we’ve met.
如果想认识陌生人 这个短语很好用
It is a good phrase to use if you want to meet someone new.
练习说Hello
Practise saying Hello
“I don’t think we’ve met” 然后说自己的名字
“I don’t think we’ve met ”and then say your name
Victor Tang 很高兴见到你
Victor Tang. Pleased to meet you.
Victor回答了他的名字 还说了很高兴见到你
Victor replied by saying his name and pleased to meet you.
“Pleased to meet you”是大多数情况下使用的问候的正式用法
Pleased to meet you is a good formal greeting for most situations.
山姆介绍完自己之后
After Sam introduces himself
介绍自己的名字 还有“Pleased to meet you”
say your name, and’pleased to meet you’.
你好 我们好像没见过 Sam Eriks
Hello, I don’t think we’ve met. Sam Eriks.
很高兴见到你
Pleased to meet you.
当你见到别人时 西方传统是握手
And the Western tradition is to shake hands when you meet someone.
通常 当我们在商务场合第一次见到别人
Usually, when we first meet someone in a business situation
我们会想知道他的具体工作
we want to find out what they do –
他的工作或者职位是什么
what their job, or position is.
我们来看看Victor和Sam 是怎么做的
Let’s see how Victor and Samdo this.
Tang先生 你来自哪个公司?
And what company are you from Mr Tang?
OceanWide 我是这个地区的销售代表
OceanWide. I’m the sales representative for this region.
是吗 我知道你们公司
Ah yes. I know your company.
你们现在的业务发展的很快
Your business is expanding very rapidly at the moment.
是的 我们做的挺好的
Yes, we’re doing quite well.
你呢? 你在哪里工作?
And yourself? Who do you work for?
事实上我创业
Actually I work for myself.
我是一家小出口包装公司的CEO
I’m the C.E.O. of a small export and packaging company.
我们的特长是海鲜
We specialise in seafood.
Sam问 你来自哪家公司?
Sam asks and what company are you from?
你可以用几种方式来问这个问题:
There are a few different ways you could ask this question:
我们来试试几个
Let’s try some of them:
What company are you from?
What company are you from?
Which company do you represent?
Which company do you represent?
What’s your line of business?
What’s your line of business?
Who do you work for?
Who do you work for?
现在你试试回答Sam的问题 用你自己的答案
Now you try answering Sam’s question with your own answer,
说说你来自哪家公司……
saying what company you are from…
你来自哪家公司?
And what company are you from?
是吗 我知道你们公司
Ah yes, I know that company.
你还可以更专业地问别人的工作
And you can be more specific by asking about someone’s job.
练习这些:
Practise these…
你的职位是什么?
And what’s your position there?
你在那儿负责什么?
And what do you do there?
职位和工作的意思一样
Position means the same as job,
不过是更正式的表达
but it’s a more formal term.
听听看山姆和维克多的职位描述
Listen to how both Sam andVictor describe their positions:
我是这个地区的销售代表
I’m the sales representative for this region.
我是一家小出口包装公司的CEO
I’m the C.E.O. of a small export and packaging company.
我们用“I am……”来描述工作
We describe our job by saying I am
或者“I’m ”后面加职位名称
or I’m and then naming the position.
注意Sam说他是CEO
Notice that Sam says he is the C.E.O.
或是他公司的首席执行官
or Chief ExecutiveOfficer of his company.
当别人问你为谁工作
When someone asks who you work for,
告诉他们你做什么工作也可以
it can be useful to also tell them what your job is.
遇到别人时
When meeting someone,
你在别人提问前主动说出来更好
it helps them if you offer information before they ask.
这样会让谈话变得更轻松
This makes the conversation more relaxed.
现在Sam会问你
Now Sam is going to ask you
你为谁工作 你的职位是什么
who you work for and what your position is
用你自己的答案回答他
answer his questions with your own answers:
你来自哪家公司?
And what company are you from?
哦 我知道你们公司
Ah yes, I know that company.
你在那儿的职位是什么?
And what’s your position there?
哦是吗 很有趣
Oh really. That’s interesting.
现在 关于名字
Now, the business of names.
可以用“Mr” “Mrs”或者“Ms”这种正式的开头
Should we use formal titles, such as Mr, Mrs or Ms,
我们也可以用不正式的 就是名字
or should we use informal, more familiar names.
我们看看Victor是怎么做的
Let’s see how Victor solves this problem:
这是个很有潜力的市场
It’s a growing market.
是的 但是也是竞争激烈的市场之一 Tang先生
Yes, but a very competitive one Mr Tang.
请叫我Victor
Please call me Victor.
叫我Sam
Sam.
Sam用了Victor的正式称呼-“Mr Tang”
Sam uses Victor’s formal title – Mr Tang.
但是Victor说 “Please call me Victor”
But Victor says Please call me Victor.
现在
Now
我们见面了
Now that they have met,
称呼名字使人更舒服
it’s more comfortable for them to use each other’s first names
至少在这样的非正式场合
at least in this less formal situation.
练习说“Please call me……”加你的名字
Practise saying Please call me, and your first name
在Sam的提问之后
after Sam’s statement.
是的 但是是竞争激烈的一个 Tang先生
Yes, but a very competitive one Mr Tang.
Sam把Victor介绍给了别人
Sam introduces Victor to someone else.
我们看看他是怎么做的
Let’s watch how he does this.
Victor 让我介绍个人给你
Victor, let me introduce you to someone.
Lin 这是Tang先生 他是OceanWide公司的销售代表
Lin – this is Victor Tang – he’s the regional rep. for OceanWide.
这是Lin Chan 我的业务经理
This is Lin Chan, my sales manager.
你好吗 唐先生?
How do you do Mr Tang?
我很好 谢谢 很高兴认识你 Chan女士
I’m very well thank you.Nice to meet you Ms Chan.
Sam说 “Let me introduce you to someone”
Sam says let me introduce you to someone.
这是个很有用的短语
This is a very useful phrase.
在Sam说完后练习:
Practise saying it after Sam:
让我介绍个人给你
Let me introduce you to someone.
Sam介绍Lin的时候 他说了四点
When Sam introduces Lin, he has four piecesof information.
仔细听他们说了什么
Listen carefully to what they are:
这是Victor Tang 他是OceanWide的区域销售代表
This is Victor Tang, he’s the regional rep. for OceanWide.
这是Lin Chan 我的业务经理
This is Lin Chan, my sales manager.
你听到Sam说的四个部分了吗?
Did you hear the four parts of Sam’s introduction?
第一部分 他告诉Lin Victor的全名
First, he told Lin Victor’s full name.
第二部分 他说了Victor的工作职位和他的公司名词
Second, he told her what Victor’s position was and his company name.
第三部分 他使用林的全名介绍Lin
Third, he introduced Lin using her full name,
最后一部分 他告诉Victor Lin的工作是什么
and finally he told Victor what Lin’s job was.
这种方式让Victor和Lin都更好的了解彼此
This way both Victor and Lin know enough about each other
去开始谈话
to start a conversation.
在某个场合介绍别人的时候
When introducing people at a function,
让他们感觉舒服是很重要的
it’s important to try to makethem feel comfortable.
最后 再听一下 Lin和Victor如何打招呼的:
Finally, listen again to how Lin and Victor greet each other:
你好 Tang先生
How do you do Mr Tang?
我很好 谢谢
I’m very well thank you.
初次见面 你好 Chan女士
Nice to meet you Ms Chan.
Lin使用了短语:“how do you do ”
Lin uses the phrase how do you do.
练习一下这个短语:
Practise this phrase:
I’m very well thank you
I’m very well thank you.
“How do you do ” 是另一种正式的介绍短语
How do you do is another formal phrase for introductions.
Victor也用了一个正式的短语回复
Victor replies with a formal phrase too
I’m very well thank you
I’m very well thankyou.
在Lin说完后练习一下
Practise this after Lin’s question.
你好 Tang先生
How do you do Mr Tang?
如果某个人说“How do you do ”或者 “How are you ”
If someone says How do you do? or How are you?
我们通常说:I’m very well thank you
we usually say I’m very well thankyou.
并且向他们问好
And we could ask them how they are,
通过说“How do you do?”或者“How are you?”
by saying How do you do? or How are you?
让我们来回顾一下我们今天所学过的短语
Let’s review some of the phrases we’ve learnt today,
有关于介绍自己和其他人
for introducing yourself and other people.
和我们的角色人物Sam Victor Lin一起练习这些短语
Practise the phrases with our characters Sam, Victor and Lin.
你好 我好像没见过你
Hello, I don’t think we’ve met.
你在哪个公司就职呢?
And what company are you from?
我介绍个人给你认识
Let me introduce you to someone.
这是Lin Chan 我的销售经理
This is Lin Chan, my sales manager.
很高兴认识你
Pleased to meet you.
你是做什么工作的呢?
Who do you work for?
请叫我Victor
Please call me Victor.
我很好 谢谢
I’m very well thank you.
你呢 Tang先生?
How do you do Mr Tang?
很高兴见到你
Nice to meet you.,
记得见到别人时
Remember when meeting people,
别人问你之前 先介绍一下自己
tell them something about yourself before being asked.
当你用英语问别人问题的时候
When you ask people questions about themselves in English,
用降调发音 会听起来更友好
use a falling tone – it sounds friendlier.
不是你在哪工作(用升调)
Instead of Who do you work for?(upward inflection)
而是你在哪工作(用降调)
Who do you work for? (downward inflection)
另外 当介绍同事或者你认识的人
And when introducing a colleague, or someone you’ve met,
使用他们的全名和职位来介绍
use the full names of both people, and their positions.
这就是The Business of English今天的全部内容了
And that’s all for today on The Business of English.
下次见
I’ll see you next time.

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视频概述

介绍如何更好的在商务场合介绍自己和他人。(introducing how to show self and others)

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视频来源

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRO38UQGH7A

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