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Using English at Work 在工作中使用的英

  • Using English at Work:01 Arriving at Work(1) ESLPod.com presents Using English at Work, a special 10-episode course to teach you the English that people use in a typical day at work. I'm Dr. Jeff McQuillan, from the Center for Educational Development in beautiful Los Angeles, California. I'll b
  • Using English at Work:02 Arriving at Work(2) I began by saying that when I woke up, I thought, TGIF! TGIF is an acronym, meaning that each letter is the first letter of another word. TGIF (all capital letters) means Thank goodness it's Friday. Some people also say Thank God it's Friday. People
  • Using English at Work:03 Arriving at Work(3) Many businesses have key cards instead of the normal metal key to get into rooms or buildings. In this case, the key card lets me pass through the security gates. A card reader is a machine that electronically reads the key card and decides whether a
  • Using English at Work:04 Arriving at Work(4) Sometimes it is very difficult to find a parking spot in the city and people have to drive for a long time until you find one. But I don't have that problem, so I pull in, or drive into the parking spot. I make sure that my parking permit is showing
  • Using English at Work:05 Arriving at Work(5) To lock up means to use a key to close the locks on the doors of one's car or home so that other people cannot get in without a key. You probably lock up your house before you go to sleep at night. Well, I am locking up my car before I go into the of
  • Using English at Work:06 Arriving at Work(6) Where I work, the employees (or the people who work at the company) are supposed to show their badges at all times. The phrase at all times means always or all the time. For example, parents want to know where their children are at all times. At my o
  • Using English at Work:07 Arriving at Work(7) My coworker made fun of me by asking whether he could get me some coffee and asking when I was leaving, because those are the types of things that you would ask a regular visitor; to be nice, you may offer to get them some coffee. I wasn't angry, tho
  • Using English at Work:08 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(1) Welcome to lesson two of ESLPod.com's Using English at Work. I'm your host, Dr. Jeff McQuillan, from the Center for Educational Development. In the first lesson of Using English at Work, we learned vocabulary about arriving at work, or getting to the
  • Using English at Work:09 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(2) In an email program, the inbox is usually the main screen. On your desk, it's probably a small box that other people put papers into. I check my inboxes, meaning that I look to see if there is anything inside them. First, I go to the mailroom. A mail
  • Using English at Work:10 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(3) I use, in the United States, the U.S. Postal Service; I put a stamp on it, I put it in the mailbox, and it is delivered to the other company. If I want to send something to someone who works for my company - my bank, but in another office, perhaps in
  • Using English at Work:11 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(4) Another word for junk mail when we're talking about email is spam. At my house, most of the junk mail I get are advertisements that I don't want, so I throw them away without even reading them. At the office, I spend a few minutes sorting through the
  • Using English at Work:12 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(5) Trash is another word for garbage, or something that you throw away, that you don't want. So your trash folder is where the email program may put trash - things you don't want. Many email programs have a separate spam folder, where all the spam messa
  • Using English at Work:13 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(6) We used to have what we called answering machines, which had cassette tapes to record messages, but most companies today are computerized and they use something that we call voicemail. At my house, however, we still have one of the old answering mach
  • Using English at Work:14 Checking Mail,Email,and Voicemail(7) I delete the other message - I get rid of the other message. We usually delete drafts once we've finished the final document, for example. In this case, I'm deleting the second voicemail message, getting rid of it because I won't need to listen to it
  • Using English at Work:15 Attending the Morning Meeting(1) Welcome to lesson three of ESLPod.com's Using English at Work. I'm your host, Dr. Jeff McQuillan, from the Center for Educational Development. In the second lesson of Using English at Work, we learned vocabulary for checking mail, email, and voicemai
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