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Lesson 13: A presentation Bài 13: Thuyết trình
Trần Hạnh và toàn Ban Tiếng Việt Đài Úc Châu xin thân chào bạn. Mời bạn theo dõi loạt bài ‘Tiếng Anh Thương mại’ do Sở Giáo dục Đa Văn hóa cho Người Lớn gọi tắt là AMES biên soạn tại thành phố Melbourne, nước Úc. Qua loạt bài gồm 26 bài học này, chúng tôi sẽ mời bạn đến thăm một cơ sở thương mại Phương Tây làm ăn phát đạt để bạn có dịp giao tiếp với những người nói Tiếng Anh. Mỗi bài đối thoại đề cập đến một phạm vi giao tiếp quan trọng trong doanh nghiệp. Xin bạn đừng lo lắng nếu không hiểu bài vào lúc đầu. Phần lớn đoạn hội thoại sẽ được lập lại, giải thích và thực tập ngay trong bài này hay trong những bài sau. Lâu lâu chúng tôi sẽ lập lại toàn bộ đoạn hội thoại… và bạn hẳn sẽ ngạc nhiên không ít khi thấy mình chẳng những có thể hiểu được rất nhìều mà còn nói được nhiều câu tương tự đến như thế. Lesson 13: A presentation Bài 13: Thuyết trình Trong Bài 13 này, bạn sẽ tìm hiểu xem mình phải giới thiệu thuyết trình viên sao cho trang trọng. Bạn cũng sẽ học cách chuẩn bị bài thuyết trình và phải nói làm sao để người nghe biết bố cục của nó. Nào chúng ta bắt đầu nhé. Câu chuyện diễn ra vào sáng thứ Ba - Douglas, Caroline, Harvey và Victoria đang hội họp với Lian và Lok để cho họ biết quan hệ đối tác với Công ty Hale and Hearty Foods sẽ bao gồm những vấn đề gì. Douglas: Lian and Lok, I’d like to formally welcome you to this meeting and thank you for giving us your time today. Thưa ông Lok và bà Lian, thật hân hạnh được đón tiếp ông bà trong buổi họp này, xin cảm ơn ông bà đã dành thời giờ cho chúng tôi vào hôm nay.

Douglas:

Now without further ado, I’ll hand you over to Harvey and Victoria who’ve been working around the clock to prepare this presentation for you. Bây giờ, để đi thẳng vào vấn đề, tôi xin nhường lời cho Harvey và Victoria là những người đã làm việc không ngừng trong suốt thời gian qua để chuẩn bị cho…...

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