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Negotiating (New Exclusive Video)

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The latest exclusive video has been released. Check it out now:

Negotiating

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Negotiating in a formal context can be a challenging task. Knowing the appropriate phrases and structures to use and speaking clearly and confidently go a long way in facilitating the task.

In this lesson, we're going to review and expand on the expressions you have learned in Advanced Conversation Lesson 6 (Negotiating). To fully assimilate these phrases, it's important that you engage all four skills by working through the material in the following way:

  • LISTEN to each phrase twice (without seeing it).
  • WRITE it down.
  • READ it (to check your listening comprehension and spelling).
  • REPEAT it out loud (to improve your pronunciation & fluency)

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MariaTeresa

Hello Tom, sorry to bother you, but I couldn't download this video!

Where is the drop-down menu?? I enjoy studying in the park.., you know, sunbathing or something.

What am I supposed to do?? I was collecting them all.

  

A little thanks in advance

 

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Tom
8 hours ago, MariaTeresa said:

Where is the drop-down menu??

Hello Maria,

We are working on a slight change to the download system for exclusive videos . It will be back soon.

Apologies for the inconvenience.

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