I drive to work and pull into the parking lot next to my office building. I stop at the
security gate. I put my key card into the card reader and the security arm goes
up. I drive into the parking structure and find a parking spot. I make sure that my
parking permit is showing in the windshield and I lock up. I get my briefcase out
of the back seat and walk toward the building. It’s a short walk and I’m there in
Dignity at Work
Human dignity, the ability to establish a sense of self-worth and selfrespect and to enjoy the respect of others, is necessary for a fully realized life. Working with dignity is a fundamental part of achieving a life well-lived, yet the workplace often poses challenging obstacles because of mismanagement or managerial abuse. Defending dignity and realizing self-respect through work are key to workers’ well-being. Insuring the dignity of employees is equally important for organizations as they attempt to make effective use of their human capital.
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English for Work: Everyday Business English is for students at intermediate level and can be used for self study or in class. The book developed spoken language skills by presenting and practising vocabulary and expressions that are useful in everyday working life.
The perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Academic Vocabulary in Use is the perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Ideal for students of any discipline, from engineers or social scientists to business students or lawyers, it covers all the key vocabulary they will come across in academic textbooks, articles, lectures and seminars, allowing them to function confidently in an English-speaking academic environment.
Academic Vocabulary in Use is the perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Ideal for students of any discipline, from engineers or social scientists to business students or lawyers, it covers all the key vocabulary they will come across in academic textbooks, articles, lectures and seminars, allowing them to function confidently in an English-speaking academic environment. The book is designed for students at good intermediate level and above as well as those preparing for IELTS and other university entrance examinations....
TLC at Work presents a practical approach for developing workplace competencies.
It is designed as a resource for trainers, leaders, coaches, and
human resources professionals, and for people who recognize a need to
build their performance at work. You can use this book to define, describe,
and clarify specific areas of performance key to workplace success. You
will learn an effective process for assessing performance gaps and facilitating
development in others or in yourself.
Welcome to the American Management Association’s Self-Study course on
Asserting Yourself at Work. Assertiveness is a form of behavior and communica-
tion that individuals can use to stand up for their needs and interests, their
rights and values. It helps them to stand up to difficult people and stand out
from others in positive ways. Equally important, assertiveness puts them in a
position to exercise influence over their subordinates, peers, and bosses.
This course will give you the skills you need to be more assertive.
rally around (someone or something)
- to come together to support someone or something Everybody in the small town began to rally around the mayor when he was accused of wrongdoing.
ram (something) down (someone`s) throat
- to force someone to do or agree to something that is not wanted Our teacher always tries to ram her ideas down our throats which makes us angry.
ramble on about (someone or something)
- to talk aimlessly and endlessly about someone or something My friend spent the entire evening rambling on about his problems at work.
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In October 2003, 77 million persons used a computer at work, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the
U.S. Department of Labor reported today. These workers accounted for 55.5 percent of total employment.
About 2 of every 5 employed individuals connected to the Internet or used e-mail while on the job.
These proportions were slightly higher than those measured in the prior survey conducted in September
2001. (See table A.)
These findings are from a special supplement to the October 2003 Current Population Survey (CPS).
The stories in the corpus were chosen randomly and the only criterion for rejection was too large a percentage of quoted material. Only the first two hundred words or so of each story were included in the corpus in order to allow a greater samplin~ of reports. The discourse principles at work are fairly represented in an excerpt o ~ this length. The input to the DUMP program consists of a llst of hand-~6rsed sentences making up each story.
Who is this book for?
Oxford Practice Grammar is for students of English
at a middle or 'intermediate' level. This means
students who are no longer beginners but who are
not yet expert in English. The book is suitable for
those studying for the Cambridge First Certificate
in English. It can be used by students attending
classes or by someone working alone. This book very useful for student.
Research has shown that you need to meet a word at least 7 times before you know it properly. Doing exercises like these, that pratise words and expressions that you have already encountered, is a useful way of helping yourself to fix the vocabulary you are working on in your long-term memory. This book provides a series of rests on different aspects of english vocabulary at upper-intermediate.
Many people have contributed in a variety of ways in the preparation of this book.
At Cambridge University Press I would like to thank Alison Sharpe, Barbara Thomas and
Geraldine Mark, all of whom have brought their professionalism and expertise to guiding and
shaping the book in its various stages. My special thanks are due to Jeanne McCarten, not only
for comments on early drafts, but for her constant support and encouragement.
Thanks also to Peter Ducker for the design, and to Peter Elliot and Amanda MacPhail for the
Science (in Latin Scientia, meaning "knowledge" or "understanding") is the efforts to implement the invention, and increased knowledge of the human understanding of how the operation of the physical world surroundings. Through controlled methods, scientists use to observe the signs of expression or of the material and unusual nature to collect data, analyze information to explain how it works, there at the phenomenon of things. One of the ways that test method to simulate natural phenomena under controlled conditions and tested ideas.
to get in/to get on: to enter or to board a vehicle
To get in is used for cars, to get on is used for all other forms of transportation.
- It's easiest to get in the car from the driver's side. The door on the other side doesn't work well.
- I always get on the bus to work at 34th Street.
to get out of/to get off : to leave or to descend from a vehicle
To get out of is used for cars, to get of is used for all other forms of transportation.
It takes a clear and structured approach to grammar. Grammatical structures are introduced in context, with questions that encourage students to work out the rules for themselves. A comprehensive ‘Grammar section’ at the back of the Student’s Books provides a useful reference before, during or after the lesson.
The basic Headway methodology is the same. Proven traditional approaches
are used alongside those which have been developed and researched more
The grammatical syllabus is largely unchanged because the requirements oi
lower level students are usually more predictable than at later levels.
There is a great variety of practice activities. Some of these have been
amended rather than replaced. Nevertheless there are still many new ones.
Vocabulary is not only integrated throughout but also developed in its own
Skills work is integrated and balanced.
Ebook Easy English with games and activities 2 was created to enable students to review and consolidate the grammar and vocabulary learnt over the school year. Students can practise English independently through involving exercises, whether in class or through use at home as an exercise book or holiday book. This book contains the topics found in the syllabus of typical Primary School English course books. There are lots of fun, practical activities involving listening, doing and creating.