1.—Are the Project Managers linking up OK
—They seem to be, yes._________ .
A.One of them hopes to quit now
B.There’s been a good atmosphere at the first management meetings
C.They don’t seem to know each other
2.—Henry, what do you think of the new team
— ________ , I think the team is starting to get along quite nicely.
A.Yes, you’re right
B.Not so good
C.Very well on the whole
3.Cooperating is simply working together ______ teammates ______ the good of the team.
4.Respecting fellow teammates keeps everyone in a good ______ and encourages overall team spirit.
5.Better understanding of team work can make you a more effective employee and give you an extra ______ in your corporate office.
In business, people have to deal in person 1 all kinds o国开电大答案请进：opzy.net或请联系微信：1095258436f people. You may have to use English when talking to different people within your company who don’t speak your language; these may be colleagues or co-workers, superiors or subordinates—who may work with you in your own department, in another part of the building or in another branch. And you may also have to deal in English with people from 2 the organization: clients, suppliers, visitors and members of the public. Moreover, these people may be friends, acquaintances or strangers—people of your own age, or people who are 3 or older than you. The relationship you have with a person determines the kind of language you use.
This relationship may even affect what you say when you meet people: for example, it’s not 4 to say “Hi, how are you!” when meeting the Managing Director of a large company or to say “Good morning, it’s a great pleasure to meet you” when being introduced to a person you’ll be working closely with in the same team.
Remember that people form an impression of you from the way you speak and behave—not just from the 5 you do your work. People in different countries have different ideas of what sounds friendly, polite or sincere—and of what sounds rude or unfriendly! Good manners in your culture may be considered bad manners in another.
Remember also that your body language, gestures and expression may tell people more about you than the words you use.