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    商務口語

    面見客戶時的實用英語

    明日東方科技有限公司   發布時間:2012-03-02

    來源:中國教育在線
     
    會話場景
     
      接機后的次日,Brian在公司里,為Johnathan 介紹自己的老板-Mr. Sun…。
     
     
    B: Mr. Sun, I'd like you to meet Mr. Johnathan Mitchell, sales manager for
     
      Nortern Reflections of Canada. (Sun extends hand first; Sun and Mitchell
     
      shake hands) Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Steven Sun, general manager of Apex
     
      Trading.
     
      孫先生,讓我為你介紹加拿大Northern Reflections的業務經理-Jonathan
     
      Mitchell先生。(孫先生先伸出手,兩人握手)Mitchell先生,這是Steven孫先 
     
      生,Apex貿易公司的總經理。
     
     
    S: It's very nice to finally meet you, Mr. Mitchell -after so many phone
     
      calls and faxes. (offers his business card first) I'd like you to have
     
      my business card.
     
      多次電話、傳真往返之后,非常高興終于見到您,Mitchell先生(先遞出名片),
     
      請收下我的名片。
     
     
    J: Thanks very much, Mr. Sun. Please accept mine. (offers his own card) And
     
      please, call me Johnathan. (both look at cards for a few seconds, then
     
      put them in wallets-not pockets)
     
      謝謝您,孫先生。也請收下我的名片(遞上自己的名片),叫我Johnathan就行 
     
      了。(兩個人都看了一下對方的名片,放入皮夾而非口袋中)
     
     
    B: If you don't mind, Johnathan, while you and Mr. Sun get acquainted, I'd
     
      like to check the arrangements for the meeting.
     
      如果你不介意,Johnathan,在你和孫先生互相認識時,我先失陪,看看會議安排
     
      得如何。
     
     
    J: You're certainly on top of things, Brian.
     
      Brian,一切當然在你掌握之中!
     
     
    S: (looking at Brian) You'll find Mr. Tayler-Brian - is a force to be
     
      reckoned with at Apex Tradig.
     
      (看著Brian)Talyer先生,您會發現Brian是Apex貿易公司的大將。
     
     
    B: Thanks for the vote of confidence, Mr. Sun. I'll be right back. (leaves
     
      room)
     
      孫先生,謝謝你的信任票,我馬上回來。(走出房間)
     
     
    J: He appears to be a top-notch young man, Mr. Sun. Talent and enthusiasm
     
      like that are hard to find.
     
      孫先生,他看起來是個有為的青年,很難找到像他這樣有才干、有熱忱的人。
     
     
    S: Don't I know it. He's doing a great job for us. And please, call me
     
      Steven.
     
      我完全同意,他在公司表現不凡,請叫我Steven就行了。
     
     
    J: Steven, can you tell me in a nutshell what the retail market is like in
     
      Taiwan?
     
      Steven,你可以簡單地告訴我臺灣零售市場的現況嗎?
     
     
    S: Well, as per capita income goes up and up, the growth sector seems to be
     
      in the to-end.
     
      唔,由于每人的平均收入不斷地增高,市場的發展領域似乎偏向于高價位商品。
     
     
    J: Retail is going upscale here? Taiwan is certainly growing more quickly
     
      than I had imagined.
     
      此地的零售走入高價位了?臺灣的發展比我想像得要快多了。
     
     
    S: Yes. Things certainly have changed since I was a boy. We've developed
     
      very quickly.
     
      沒錯,現在的臺灣和我小時候完全不一樣了,這里發展得非??焖?。
     
     
    J: Do you think the trend will continue?
     
      你想這種趨勢還會維持下去嗎?
     
     
    S: I don't see why not. We do have some problems, but we are still willing
     
      to work hard-and wages aren't too high at this point.
     
      我不覺得有什么不行!雖然是有一些問題,但我們仍愿意勤奮工作,而且現階段工
     
      資仍不算太高。
     
     
    J: Everything I've seen so far is very impressive. Very impressive indeed.
     
      到目前為止,我所看到的一切都令我印象深刻,真的十分深刻。
     
     
    情境短語
     
     
    1. get acquainted (with…) (和`……)認識,熟悉……
     
      這個常用的短語暗示雙方從不認識到熟識, "get"可換 "become"。若是短語之 
     
      后,要加上被認識的對象,以介系詞 "with"連接。
     
    例:Our boss got acquainted with a couple of real estate agents in the golf
     
      Club.
     
      (我們老板在高爾夫俱樂部里結識了幾位做房地產的商人。)
     
     
    2. on top of things 完全掌握
     
      字面的意思是將問題克服,高高踩在上面,引申為"控制全局"。
     
    例:The new manager was always worried he wasn't on top of things.
     
      (新經理一直擔心自己無法掌握全局。)
     
     
    3. (a) force to be reckoned with 值得注意的人物
     
      "(a) force","力量",可以指一個團體、事物或個人; "reckon"在此的意思為"認
     
      定"。 "a force to be reckoned with"是形容"有成功的條件而值得注意的人物、
     
      團體"。
     
    例:The new company will be a force to be reckoned with in the future.
     
      (這家新公司未來值得大家注意。)
     
     
    4. Don't I know it. 我完全同意!
     
      當此句型以句點(.)而非問號結尾時,表示完全同意對的方意見,為口語用法,
     
      強調的是肯定的含意。意思為"我怎會不知道!?;我當然明白這一點!"。
     
    例:You say the discount rate is too low? Don't I know it!
     
      (你說這折扣打得太少?我完全同意!)
     
     
    5. in a nutshell 簡言之
     
      "nutshell"原為"堅果殼",又指"極小的容器",故 "in a nutshell" 這個副詞短
     
      語的意思是"簡言之"。
     
    例:Bob told us in a nutshell what happened in the managers' meeting.
     
      (Bob簡略地告訴我們經理們開會的情形。)
     
     
    6. growth sector 成長領域
     
      這個經濟學上的名詞是指經濟成長特別快速的領域, "sector"是"區域;部門"的
     
      意思。
     
    例:The leisure and entertainment industry is a growth sector in Taiwan.
     
      (休閑娛樂業是臺灣目前的成長領域。)
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