In this first lesson with The English Farm, you will introduce yourself and set goals for your English learning. You will also get to know the homework and reservation systems.
This is a review of the previous four lessons on introductions and first impressions.
Small talk can be an important aspect of building rapport with a client or colleague. However, the objective of this lesson is not to imply that you must always have small talk in business.
If you have already met someone, then it is customary to open the conversation with a friendly question. Starting with the correct question and answer will help you smoothly begin your meeting and build relationships.
In some international teams, team members take time at the beginning of a project to describe themselves. You may also get a chance to describe your colleagues using similar language.
First impressions are vital—you never get a second chance to make a first impression. This lesson will introduce you to the course, and show you how to introduce yourself using professional language and strong delivery.