Hindi Language Lessons For Business
Vyaapaar Bhashha Gyaan
Hindi Language Lessons For Business consists of eighteen units, arranged by subject to enable the learner to leave out any unit that is not relevant to his needs.
The body of the text is made up of examples of the kind of business discussion that might well arise in practice. The use of dialogues accentuates this, since you will be able to lift out phrases bodily. Each dialogue is followed by a vocabulary which gives the meaning of words in context, and exercises to drive home commercial phraseology of Hindi speakers.
This tutorial - Hindi Language Lessons For Business- is not for absolute beginners. Other tutorials here should first have been attempted. You must judge for yourself at what point you're able to begin.
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Units : Hindi Language Lessons For Business
- Unit 1. A Telephone Conversation - I
- Unit 2. A Telephone Conversation - II
- Unit 3. A Telephone Conversation - III. Making An Appointment.
- Unit 4. A Few Words About Myself.
- Unit 5. Welcome To Our Place.
- Unit 6. Representative Office Of A British Bank In India.
- Unit 7. A Businessman's Working Day.
- Unit 8. First Meeting.
- Unit 9. Business Talks : Offer.
- Unit 10. Business Talks : Discussing The Offer.
- Unit 11. Business Talks : Price.
- Unit 12. Business Talks : Terms Of Delivery.
- Unit 13. Business Talks : Terms Of Payment.
- Unit 14. Business Enquiry & Reply.
- Unit 15. Discussing Terms Of Delivery, Guarantee Period and Terms Of Payment.
- Unit 16. Meeting At The Airport. Talking About The Weather.
- Unit 17. Seeing New Delhi.
- Unit 18. At The Restaurant After The Contract Is Signed.
Hindi Language Lessons For Business : Revision Questions With Key
These units end with revision questions (with a key/hint) to mobilize the knowledge the learner has acquired and to increase his skill and flexibility.
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