Rapport de cours

Professeur : Laura
Étudiant : Mathieu
Programme : Business English

 
À chaque cours votre professeur vous écoutera attentivement afin de corriger vos erreurs concernant votre prononciation, grammaire et structure de phrase. Pendant le cours, votre professeur vous enverra des corrections et explications sur Skype ce qui vous permettra de vous améliorer rapidement.

Vous allez avoir plusieurs occasions de pratiquer votre anglais à votre propre rythme et de poser des questions. De plus, à la fin de chaque cours, votre tuteur vous enverra un rapport de cours afin que vous pussiez étudier ce que vous avez appris en classe!

Le rapport de cours comporte 3 parties : prononciation, vocabulaire et grammaire/structure de phrase.
 
   Business Meetings
 

    Pronunciation:


Dans cette section votre professeur prendra note de toutes vos mauvaises prononciations pendant le cours et vous fera aussi part de la prononciation phonétique avec l’intonation en caractères gras.
 
    Pronunciations
  • Chair [ch] sound
  • Purpose [pur-puh s]
  • Teleconferencing [tel-i-kon-fer-uh ns-ing]
  • Postpone [pohst-pohn]
  • Brainstorming [breyn-stawr-ming]
  • Minutes [plural sound]
  • Attend [uh-tend]
  • Run [r] sound
  • Rambling [r] sound
  • Theme [th] sound
  • Theory [th] sound
Speakers often pronounce an [L] sound instead of an [r] sound. To produce [r] sounds, make sure that the tongue goes up toward the roof of your mouth. To pronounce [th] sounds, remember to place your tongue between your teeth and to keep the air stream continuous.

 
   Vocabulary:

Dans cette section votre professeur écrira tous les nouveaux mots de vocabulaire appris durant le cours ce qui vous permettra de les étudier immédiatement.
 

Brainstorming: A method of problem solving in which all members of a group share their individual ideas in order to find a solution.
Agenda: A list of things to be done, especially at a meeting.
Teleconferencing: A conference involving people who are in different locations that is made possible by the use of telecommunications equipment.
Postpone: To delay or cancel something (for example, a meeting) until a later time or date.
To chair a meeting: To be responsible for a meeting; to supervise a meeting.
Board meeting: Executive meeting.
Rambling: Not keeping to the topic; going from one subject to another.
Stick to the topic: Remaining focused; keeping to the same topic.
Timekeeper: A person who keeps track of the time (at a meeting for example).
Minutes: The official record of what was discussed at a meeting, committee, or other group event.

 
 
    Grammar:

  • Dans cette section votre professeur écrira toutes les erreurs faites durant le cours concernant votre grammaire (temps de verbe, prépositions, articles…) et structure de phrase, ainsi que les corrections à apporter pour mieux vous exprimer. De plus, votre professeur mentionnera dans votre rapport de cours les expressions typiquement anglophones.
  • Toutes les 5 à 10 minutes durant le cours sur Skype, votre professeur enverra les corrections pour que vous puissiez les revoir au fur et à mesure avec lui et ainsi vous permettre de poser vos questions. Toutes les corrections seront incluses dans votre rapport de cours.
  • Après chaque cours en étudiant votre rapport, vous allez rapidement commencer à remarquer vos erreurs ce qui vous permettra de les corriger et de vous améliorer rapidement.

 
   Grammar- Mistakes: corrections

My team look at me and that’s difficult: My team was looking at me and that was difficult.
We are a team of six person: We are a team of six people.
That is difficult when your boss see you: It is difficult when you boss is looking at you.
I think it’s 15 minute:I think it was 15 minutes long.
The meeting postpone: The meeting is postponed; The meeting was postponed.
Third I summarize: Thirdly, I will summarize…
Many meeting: many meetings.
The Monday are always busy: Mondays are always busy.
To communicate other people: To communicate with other people.
A good things: A good thing.
The meeting held: The meeting is held…; The meeting was held…
Make clear: to clarify.
In dinner: at dinner.
I haven’t attend…: I haven’t attended
Most company: most companies
We have to pay by oneself: We have to pay for it ourselves.
The meaning of the meeting: the goal/purpose of the meeting.
I don’t think of any problems: I can’t think of any problems.
People who attend a meeting: attendees.
I’m assistant manager: I’m the assistant manager.
My job is not require: My job does not require.
Say opinion: Express an opinion.
Another department clerk: A clerk from another department.
That customs: those customs; these customs.
In work: at work.
The most my work: most of my work.
Some foreigner: some foreigners.
To talking: to talk.
A convenient time to you: a convenient time for you.
The end of week: the end of the week.
He said him: he told him.


When to use ‘tell’ and ‘say’:
You tell someone something or you say something to somebody.
Example: tell is followed directly by the person you are talking to (I told Mary goodbye). Say is not followed by the person you are talking to (I said goodbye; I said goodbye to Mary).
         1 .Opening the meeting and introducing oneself:
a. Thank you for coming.
b. My name is ... and I’m (job title).
c. Let’s start.
 
         2 . Introducing the agenda:
a. a. On the agenda today …
b. The purpose of this meeting is …
 
         3 . Stating objectives and starting the discussion:
a. Today we will talk about ...
b. Today we will go over …
 
   
     
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