sábado, 12 de janeiro de 2013

Language Passport




Documento onde o aluno regista as suas competências linguísticas e as experiências e competências culturais, fundamentais para efeitos de aprendizagem e trabalho na Europa.
Este documento é de preenchimento e responsabilidade do próprio aluno, tal e qual como o CV.
Instruções para a utilização do passaporte de Línguas EUROPASS

Looking for a job 2 - CV and Cover letters


Europass CV

From www.EnglishClub.com
 
Job letters in English
Your Cv / Resume
List of most of the possible headings

On the telephone

Vocabulary


On the telephone
Caller 1: Hello, this is Jane.
Caller 2: Hello, this is Ken. May I speak with Andy?

Caller 1: I'm afraid Andy isn't in at the moment.
Caller 2: Could you take a message?

Caller 1: Sure, just a moment let me get a pen... OK.
Caller 2: Great. Can you tell Andy that we're meeting tomorrow at three o'clock.

Caller 1: OK ... three o'clock meeting with Ken. Does he know where the meeting is?
Caller 2: Tell him we'll be meeting in the corner office downtown.

Caller 1: Yes, corner office downtown. Is there anything else?
Caller 2: I'll leave my telephone number just in case he doesn't have it.

Caller 1: OK, I'm ready.
Caller 2: Yes, my cell phone number is 439 908 7754.

Caller 1: That's 439 808 7754.
Caller 2: No, it's 439 908 7754.

Caller 1: Ah, sorry.
Caller 2: No problem. Thanks for your help.

Caller 1: I'll make sure Andy sees this ASAP.
Caller 2: Thank you. Good bye.

Caller 1: Good bye.

Speaking activities


At the airport

Checking In
  1. Good morning. Can I have your ticket, please?
  2. Here you are.
  1. Thank you. Would you like smoking or non-smoking?
  2. Non-smoking, please.
  1. Would you like a window or an aisle seat?
  2. An aisle seat, please.
  1. Do you have any baggage?
  2. Yes, this suitcase and this carry-on bag.
  1. Here's your boarding pass. Have a nice flight.
  2. Thank you.
Passport Control
  1. Good morning. Can I see your passport?
  2. Here you are.
  1. Thank you very much. Are you a tourist or on business?
  2. I'm a tourist.
  1. That's fine. Have a pleasant stay.
  2. Thank you.
At the restaurant
Vocabulary


Ordering a Meal
  1. Hi. How are you doing this afternoon?
  2. Fine, thank you. Can I see a menu, please?
  1. Certainly, here you are.
  2. Thank you. What's today's special?
  1. Grilled tuna and cheese on rye.
  2. That sounds good. I'll have that.
  1. Would you like something to drink?
  2. Yes, I'd like a coke.
  1. Thank you. (returning with the food) Here you are. Enjoy your meal!
  2. Thank you.
  1. Can I get you anything else?
  2. No thanks. I'd like the check (bill - UK English), please.
  1. That'll be $6.75.
  2. Here you are. Keep the change!
  1. Thank you! Have a good day!
  2. Bye.
At the Hotel
Getting a Room for the Night
  1. Good evening. Can I help you?
  2. Yes, please. I'd like a room for the night.
  1. Would you like a single room, or a double room?
  2. A single room, please. How much is the room?
  1. It's $55 per night.
  2. Can I pay by credit card?
  1. Certainly. We take Visa, Master Card and American Express. Could you fill in this form, please?
  2. Do you need my passport number?
  1. No, just an address and your signature.
  2. (fills out the form) Here you are.
  1. Here's your key. Your room number is 212.
  2. Thank you.
  1. Thank you. If you need anything, dial 0 for the reception area. Have a good stay!
At the shop

Shopping for a Sweater
  1. Can I help you?
  2. Yes, I'm looking for a sweater.
  1. What size are you?
  2. I'm an extra large.
  1. How about this one?
  2. Yes, that's nice. Can I try it on?
  1. Certainly, the changing rooms are over there.
  2. Thank you.
  1. How does it fit?
  2. It's too large. Do you have a large?
  1. Yes, here you are.
  2. Thank you. I'll have it, please.
  1. OK, how would you like to pay?
  2. Do you take credit cards?
  1. Yes, we do. Visa, Master Card and American Express.
  2. OK, here's my Visa.
  1. Thank you. Have a nice day!
  2. Thank you, goodbye.