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Objetivo General

• Progresar en la adquisición de herramientas lingüísticas y estrategias comunicativas para el uso del inglés en los negocios hasta alcanzar niveles para mantener conversaciones profesionales con fluidez

Temario completo de este curso

A. Bloque de contenidos de ámbito general

• Temática (lecciones) y funciones del curso:
1. Saying hello
Greet people and introduce yourself. Say your name, your job, your nationality and where you come from and live.

2. A bus trip
You want to buy a bus ticket in London. Ask for directions. Ask for and tell the time. Deal with money.

3. Bed & breakfast
You reserve a room in a Bed & Breakfast. Ask simple questions, learn prepositions of place.

4. A city tour
You visit a British city. Find your way round the city and ask questions.

5. Arriving in England
Greet and introduce yourself to a pen pal from abroad using formal conversation techniques. Give precise information about yourself, such as your age, your origins and your family.


6. Streets of London
Find your way and ask for directions in London. Ask questions and follow your guide’s instructions.

7. Finding your way
Revise vocabulary dealing with finding your way. Learn the names of landmarks. Ask for advice and thank your guide.

8. Everyday actions
Describe what you are doing at the moment. Give short affirmative or negative answers to confirm or contradict what someone says.
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9. At the office
Explain what you are doing and what you are trying to do. Learn adjectives describing emotional state.

10. The switchboard
Learn basic polite expressions needed to talk with business clients on the phone. Take contact details and reach a compromise with a difficult client.

11. An appointment
Introduce yourself and make an appointment by telephone.

12. At casualty
You have an accident and are taken to casualty. Have an X-ray, be examined and get a prescription.

13. Correspondence
You want to write a letter. Learn vocabulary for letter writing.

14. At the post office
You are in the post office. Ask questions about sending mail and learn vocabulary for the post office.

15. Banks & cashpoints You want to withdraw some money while in a foreign country. Explain a problem with your cash card in a bank. Learn basic banking vocabulary.

16. Paying a bill You discuss payments with foreign business clients. Learn different means of payment and negotiate the final cost and payment schedule.

17. A driving lesson
First driving lesson. Get familiar with the car and its functions, the highway code and driving on the road.

18. Agreeing to meet
Deal with a business call. Assist the caller and take their name and number. Arrange an appointment and respond to their questions.

19. Business calls
You make arrangements to have a stand at a trade fair. Explain your requirements in detail.

20. The company stand
Speak to a client at a trade fair. Detail the features of your product and convince the client of its merits. Arrange an appointment for a product demonstration.

21. Comparing products
Convince someone of the quality of your product.

22. Making a sale
You meet a client who would like to place an order. Discuss product type and price. Negotiate the discount. Agree the delivery date.

23. Negotiating
Negotiate the specific details of an order. Convince your client to choose your product over that of your competitor.

24. Trouble with orders
Reply to a dissatisfied customer. Apologise for problems and try to find a compromise.

25. After-sales service Deal with an angry customer. Attempt to find solutions to their problems. Arrange assistance.

26. Handling an invoice
You phone a client whose invoice is overdue. Ask when payment can be expected and arrange terms.

27. Deferring payment
Find a solution with a customer whose payment is overdue.
28. Organising a stay
A client would like to pay your company a visit. Give advice on where to stay and leisure-time activities. Ask for details of the trip.

29. Welcoming visitors
Ask practical questions about a client’s visit. Propose various leisure-time activities to be included in the visitor’s itinerary.

30. The training course
Set up training programmes. Organise a training workshop, decide on the sort of training required and who will need training.

31. Job search
At a recruitment agency. Look for jobs in management. Talk about your professional experience. Go for an interview

32. Starting a new job
First day at a new job. Sign the contract, settle into your office, meet your colleagues. Talk business.

33. At reception
You are a hotel receptionist. Accommodate guests’ wishes and answer their questions.
34. Hotel service
Find solutions to guests’ problems. Use grammatical forms indicating politeness.
35. Serving customers
You are a waiter/waitress. Welcome customers and take their order. Apologise for problems.
36. Bad service
Respond to customer questions and deal with complaints in a restaurant.
37. Sales assistant
You are a sales assistant in a department store. Deal with customers and explain where certain products can be found. Help a customer buy a product.

38. Electrical goods
Help a customer purchase a product by giving advice and answering their questions. Respond to a customer complaint.

39. A new bank account
Ask and answer questions in order to open a new bank account.

40. Banking operations
Your cashpoint card and chequebook have been stolen. Explain the situation and discover what can be done to resolve it.

41. Hot off the press
You are working as a journalist. Show visitors round the newspaper offices. Answer questions about the profession. A breaking story.

42. Travel agents
You are working as a travel agent. Enquire about what kind of holiday people want. Outline the choices they have and make suggestions.

43. Welcoming tourists
You are a tourist guide. Take your clients on a tour of London and describe the sights. Accompany a VIP to the airport.

44. Airline workers
You work in the airline industry. Give information about flights and safety procedures to airline passengers.

45. Train and ferry jobs
Provide travel information to rail and ferry passengers. Explain problems and give advice.

46. The architect
You are designing a house. Explain your ideas to the architect. Go over the blueprints, the price of the construction and the building process.

47. Conference plans
Discuss the logistics of organising a conference with a colleague. Finalise details with the conference centre.

48. At the conference
Deal with a last-minute hitch in the conference planning. After the conference, discuss your overall impressions of the day.

49. A police inspection
Explain to a police officer the details of your international journey. Respond to his questions and provide specific information.

50. A breakdown
You are a lorry driver. Explain the problems you encounter.

51. Dispatch problems
Discuss the technicalities of dispatching a consignment of goods. Explain the situation and the requirements.

52. Terms of delivery
Discuss a shipping problem with a delivery company. Demand information concerning non-delivery. Inform a sales rep of options to dispatch goods.

53. The laboratory
You work in pharmaceuticals. Go on tour of the lab. Develop and test new drugs. Organise the tests.

54. Contract talks
Discuss the details of a contract. Establish your legal position and clarify clauses.

55. Negotiations
Review and agree to an exclusive contract. Learn specialised legal and financial vocabulary.

56. Corporate Law
You are a legal advisor. Give advice on taking a competitor to court. Discuss the rules of procedure and similar previous cases.

57. Financial trading
Predict changes in the stock market and buy shares. Learn specialised economic and financial vocabulary.

58. Financial analysis
Enquire about the state of various stock markets. Give financial advice. Learn vocabulary specific to the stock market.

• Contenidos gramaticales:
• Subject pronouns
• Definite and indefinite articles
• The verb 'to be'
• The verb 'to have (got)'
• The present continuous
• Time
• The simple present and the present continuous
• Would like: expressing a desire
• Difference between 'a' and 'an'
• Prepositions of place
• There is - There are
• Questions without interrogative words
• Here – There
• Demonstratives
• Interrogative words
• How much - How many
• Reflexive pronouns
• Expressing age
• The future
• The affirmative imperative
• Piece of
• Use of 'else'
• Adverbs of time
• Tags - Short answers
• Use of 'both'
• To write
• It's time to - It's time for
• The present continuous
• Expressions followed by the gerund
• At last - At least
• Simple present with 'when'/'while'
• Should - Ought to: probability
• Use of the passive
• Strong probability with 'must'
• Relative pronouns and adverbs
• Phrasal verb particles
• Construction of the passive
• 'Will' and 'shall'
• Some other uses of the possessive
• For - Since - Ago
• The indefinite possessive
• Wishing and regret
• Near certainty in the past
• The past subjunctive
• Currencies
• To remember - To remind
• Past perfect
• Permission with 'to let'
• Should - Ought to: probability
• Suggestions with 'should'
• Near certainty in the past
• 'Will' and 'shall'
• Some other uses of the possessive
• Phrasal verb particles
• Prepositions at the end of a clause
• Simple present with 'when'/'while'
• Even though - Even if
• Sequence of tenses with 'if'
• The past subjunctive
• The past perfect subjunctive with 'if'
• Verbs introducing a second action
• Infinitive clause
• The prepositions 'in' and 'at'
• Expressions with the present perfect
• Expressing percentages
• Currencies
• Last - Later - Latter
• The more . . . the more
• Verbs expressing stages of an action
• Invariable cardinal numbers
• Singular nouns in '-s'
• Different meanings of 'since'
• Within - Within . . . of
• Till - Until
• Verbs expressing impressions and feelings
• To remember - To remind
• The simple conditional perfect with 'should'
• Expression of preference
• Different meanings of 'rather'
• Either . . . or - Neither . . . nor
• When 'that' may be left out
• Means with 'by'
• So that
• Dependent clauses with 'that'
• To be likely
• Prepositions at the end of a clause
• Use of the present perfect
• Use of the preterite
• Would like: expressing a desire
• Construction of the present perfect
• How much - How many
• May – Might
• Some other uses of the possessive
• 'Will' and 'Shall'
• Use of the present conditional
• Construction of the present conditional
• Use and omission of 'the'
• Some – Any
• Construction of compound nouns
• Prepositions of place
• Permission with 'to let'
• The affirmative imperative
• Demonstratives
• Words ending in 'ever'
• The place of 'enough'
• Yet - Not yet
• Comparing equals
• Sequence of tenses
• For how long - Since when
• Use of the passive
• Construction of the passive
• Near future: BE + ING
• Use of compound nouns
• Relative pronouns and adverbs
• Regular superlatives
• Will - To be going to
• Must - Have (got) to
• 'To hope' + dependent clause
• The negative imperative
• Expressing percentages
• Piece of
• There is - There are
• The date
• Also - As well – Too
• Different meanings of 'quite'
• Currencies
• Little - A little - Much
• The more . . . the more
• Anaphoric 'to'
• For - Since - Ago
• Different meanings of 'all'
• Different meanings of rather
• The indefinite possessive
• When 'that' may be left out
• Sequence of tenses with 'if'
• Irregular verbs
• Still - Yet
• Expressions with 'to have'
• Use of the past participle as an adjective
• Irregular superlatives
• 'Should' and 'ought to': advice
• Means with 'by'
• Definite article with geographical names
• Verbs introducing a second action
• Conditional perfect
• The simple conditional perfect with 'should'
• Use of 'both'
• Emphatic 'do'
• Past perfect
• Compound adjectives
• Verbs: reactions and preferences
• Should - Ought to: probability


B. Bloque de contenidos de ámbito profesional (específicos de sector)
De cara a la realización de este bloque, se ofrece a los alumnos la posibilidad de elegir la especialización acorde a su ámbito profesional:
- Sector servicios
- Sector industrial
- Sector construcción

 
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