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English for Accounting
English for Accounting is an ideal short course for professionals who need to communicate with colleagues and clients about accounting and financial matters.
English for Accounting is suitable for people working in accounting and finance who need English to communicate in a variety of situations with colleagues and business partners.
Students learn the language and skills related to accounting, as well as techniques and strategies for achieving goals in meetings and presentations.
Each unit of English for Accounting addresses a different area of accounting, such as financial statements, tax systems, and auditing. Dialogues, exercises, and authentic texts present the vocabulary, and give students an opportunity to practise language in context.
About the Book
English for Accounting has been specifically developed for people working in accounting and finance who need English to communicate in a variety of situations with colleagues and business partners. In this short course, you will learn the language related to accounting as well as ways to achieve your goals in meetings, in presentations. on the telephone, or when making small talk.
English for Accounting consists of six units, each dealing with a different area of accounting. Every unit begins with a Starter, which consists of a short exercise. brainstorming, or a quiz. This is followed by dialogues, texts. and authentic documents along with a variety of exercises that enable you to learn the important vocabulary and expressions in context. There are also cross-references to the Partner files at the back of the book. These provide information gap exercises in the form of role-plays and they give yOu the opportunity to practise the target language with a partner in realistic situations.
At the end of every unit there is an Output activity, which Is connected with the topic of the unit and provides opportunities for discussion. Throughout the book there are Did you know? boxes that give extra information about accounting and general working life in English-speaking countries. When you have finished this course, you have the opportunity to test your knowledge of the vocabulary from the units with the crossword in Test yourself!
At the back of English for Accounting you will find the Answer key, to which you can refer to check your answers. There is also a Glossary of financial terms and Transcripts of all the listening extracts.
The MuttiROM contains all the Listening extracts from the book. These can be played through the audio player on your computer, or through a conventional CD.player. In order to give yourself extra listening practice, listen to it in your car. The Interactive exercises let you review your learning by doing extra activities on your computer; this will be particularly valuable if you are using the book for self.study. As well as a summary of Useful phrases and vocabulary there is also an A—Z wordlist with all the keywords that appear in English for Accounting. This includes a column of phonetics and a space for you to write the translations of the words in your own language.
- Engaging topics, motivating role-plays, and a variety of exercises provide a framework for each specialist subject.
- Tip boxes in each unit include key language points, useful phrases, and strategies.
- STARTER section at the beginning of each unit has warm-up and awareness-raising activities.
- OUTPUT sections at the end of each unit encourage discussion and reflection.
- Answers, transcripts, tests, and a glossary of footballing terms at the back of the book.
- Self-study material on the interactive MultiROM includes realistic listening extracts and interactive exercises for extra practice.