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Nível Avançado › Business meeting 2

  • At the end of this lesson you’ll be able to:

    • Learn some business-related vocabulary – business speak
    • Understand the differences between the 1st and 2nd Conditional Tenses

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1ST CONDITIONAL
Dialog: “If you look at the chart on the next page, you will see that costs are up more than 6% over last year.”

We use the First Conditional to talk about a strong possibility or certainty in the future.
FORM: IF + SUBJECT + VERB (SIMPLE PRESENT) + WILL + VERB (INFINITIVE WITHOUT TO)

  If you leave now, you will get to the meeting in time.
  She promises she’ll do better next time if we give her another chance.
•  If they don’t get a raise, they’ll go on strike.

 

2ND CONDITIONAL
Dialog: “If we spent more money with fewer logistics providers, we would be able to ask for significant rate discounts.”

We use the Second Conditional to talk about a situation that is not a current possibility and will most likely not be a possibility in the future.
FORM: IF + SUBJECT + VERB (SIMPLE PAST) + WOULD + VERB (INFINITIVE WITHOUT TO)
  If I were you, I’d ask for a refund.
  Would you lower the price if they paid cash?
  If elections were this month, she definitely wouldn’t win.

Sobre esta aula

If you've ever presented in a meeting before, you'll know it can be terrifying!  In part 2 of our business meeting series, we'll find out how Rachel gets on with her presentation.  Along the way, expect to hear some business lingo and some tough questions...

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