Introductions at Work (CLB6)

Gap-fill exercise

Listen to the audio, and fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Clue" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!

Proper Introductions

It is expected that you will introduce the people you know to the people you are talking to. If your mind goes blank and you forget someone’s name, apologize and ask to be reminded.
A: Oman Said, accountant (new employee)

B: Raj Patel, accountant

C: Monique Couture, senior manager

Listen to activity

A: Good morning Raj. How was your ?

B: It was good, thanks. And you?

A: I up my weekly report. I also read over the company’s policy and procedure

B: Oh, here comes one of our senior managers. She’s just back from a . Let
me introduce her to you.

B: Good morning, Monique. How are you?

C: Fine thanks, and you?

B: I’m very well. I’d like to introduce you to one of our new . (speaking to
Oman) This is Monique Couture, senior manager of our marketing department.
Monique, this is…. Oh, I’m sorry, could you remind me of your name?

A: Oh, yes, of course. I’m Oman Said. It’s a to meet you Monique.

C: It’s nice to meet you, Oman. I’m Monique Couture.

A: I to working with you.

C: Thank-you. I look forward to working with you too, Oman. When did you here?

A: I last Monday, so it’s just been 1 week.

B: Monique, how was the conference in ?

C: It was very successful. My presentation was . Well, I’ll see you both later
this week. I’m off to a meeting at head office. Have a great day.

B: Yes, you too.