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Chinese Conversation Usable in Chinese Company - Immediately Usable Chinese Conversation in Chinese Company - cover

Chinese Conversation Usable in Chinese Company - Immediately Usable Chinese Conversation in Chinese Company

YoungMin Kim

Publisher: YMK Edupub

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Summary

How many workers from abroad have prepared Chinese conversation in advance? Most of us will come to China and then study it from the beginning. You may have just brought a few Chinese conversation books, but most of the books on the market are designed for the whole people, so it will be hard for you to use them in your company. This book is based on the situation that takes place in the company, and consists of the terms used in the company. So if you learn how to make sentences, words and sentences here, and if you listen to the recorded files recorded by your Chinese colleague, you\'ll find yourself working with Chinese easily in only one or two months.Book TableLesson 1. First greeting after joining companyLesson 2. Ask email contentLesson 3. Ask colleagues for training test equipmentLesson 4. Security search and wear work clothesLesson 5. Test by using equipmentLesson 5. Test by using equipmentLesson 6. Ask about the test processLesson 7. Ask about the test result 1Lesson 8. Ask about the test result 2Lesson 9. When problem occurs during testingLesson 10. Attending meeting

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