MBA – Business Communication

Changes – (marks)
Exam 1 (Feb 23)- 30%
Exam 2 (Apr 20) – 40%
Speaking Interview (Apr 13) – 10%
Writing Assignment (Apr 6) – 10%
Attendance / Participation – 10%

February 23 (2월 23일) – Test (시험) 40%
Questions
1. Fill in the blanks
2. Multiple choice
3. Definitions
4. Short Answers

practice test – practice-test

Feb 16
Common Mistakes 4 (answers) – common-mistakes-4
Lesson (review) – gr-experience-abridged

Certainty & Uncertainty & Favors – certainty-uncertainty-favors
Favor – favor

No homework due to next week’s test

Feb 9
Common Mistakes 3 ppt (last week’s homework answers) – common-mistakes-3

Common Mistakes 4 – speaking-mistakes-4
Common Mistakes 4 (answers) – common-mistakes-4

Lesson (과거 vs 완료 vs 젼재완료진행) – experience lesson
Lesson (과거 vs 완료 vs 젼재완료진행) ppt – experience lesson ppt

Feb 2
Common Mistakes 2 ppt (last week’s homework answers) – common-mistakes-2

Common Mistakes 3 (this week’s homework) – speaking-mistakes-3
Common Mistakes 3 (answers) – common-mistakes-3

Lesson (present & past) – routine
Lesson (present & past) ppt – gr-present-past-present

Jan 19
Common Mistakes 1 ppt (last week’s homework answers) – common-mistakes-1

Common Mistakes 2 (this week’s homework) – speaking-mistakes-2
Common Mistakes 2 (answers) – common-mistakes-2
Giving advice – giving-advice
Giving advice ppt – gr-advice

Present perfect continuous – ft-present-perfect-continuous-questions
Present perfect continuous – gr-present-perfect-continuous
Present perfect continuous ppt – -present-perfect-continuous

Jan 12
Business Introductions – business-greetings
Business Introductions ppt – business-greetings

Class introductions – class-intro
Business quiz – business-quiz
Common Mistakes – speaking-mistakes-1
Common Mistakes ppt – common-mistakes-1

Business Introductions
Getting acquainted

Jan 5
Syllabus – mba-syllabus-2017
Feedback – mba-needs-analysis
Course introduction ppt – mba-intro-ppt-spring-2017

Changes – (marks)
Exam 1 (Feb 23)- 30%
Exam 2 (Apr 20) – 40%
Speaking Interview (Apr 13) – 10%
Writing Assignment (Apr 6) – 10%
Attendance / Participation – 10%

Leave a comment

Filed under MBA

By vs Until

by-until

Both until and by indicate “any time before, but not later than.”

Until tells us how long a situation continues. If something happens until a particular time, you stop doing it at that time.

For example:

They lived in a small house until September 2003.
(They stopped living there in September.)

I will be away until Wednesday.
(I will be back on Wednesday.)

We also use until in negative sentences.

For example:

Details will not be available until January.
(January is the earliest you can expect to receive the details.)

If something happens by a particular time, it happens at or before that time. It is often used to indicate a deadline.

For example:

You have to finish by August 31.
(August 31 is the last day you can finish; you may finish before this date.)

We also use by when asking questions.

For example:

Will the details be available by December?
(This asks if they will be ready no later than December.)

Leave a comment

Filed under Grammar

In vs On vs At

in-on-atin-on

Leave a comment

October 19, 2016 · 1:55 pm

Suppose it didn’t?

pooh

Leave a comment

August 1, 2016 · 12:42 am

In vs On

on in

Leave a comment

May 7, 2016 · 8:19 pm

Uncountable

count uncount

Leave a comment

May 7, 2016 · 8:13 pm

Readers

readers

Leave a comment

May 3, 2016 · 7:19 pm