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Lesson 4 Business

Business English

Banking General

How to open a bank account



Lesson 4 Grammar : Auxilliary Verbs


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HOMEWORK:
1. Learn the business vocabulary.


2. Grammar Section : do the Multiple Choice exercises.
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 Outline

12 Rose Avenue  

 
 

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About
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

At the bank:
Opening a bank account.

Slide 1
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

Rudi is at the bank and wants to open a bank account.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

Good Morning!
I would like to open an account.

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

Good morning sir.
What type of account would you like?

Slide 2
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

Type of account?

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

Well. Would you like a cheque account or a savings account?

Slide 3
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

A cheque account of course.

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

The lady smiles
Please complete these application forms.
When your done return them to me.

Slide 4
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

Rudi looks confused.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

Is there nobody to assist me?
No customer service?

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

Laughs
Sorry sir. Due to the flu most of our staff is on sick leave.
Just complete the forms and then I will assist you.

Slide 5
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

Rudi looks confused.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

Frowns
Ok!

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

Smiles
You can go to room 3 over there.
I'll be with you in about 10 minutes.
Oh and, there's a coffee machine.
Make yourself a cup of coffee in the meantime.

Slide 6
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

Still unhappy
I'm a bit confused.
I had an appointment with your manager - and now this.

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

Apologetic
Oh. So sorry.
You had an appointment?
Miss Pickard is still busy with a client.
But have a cup of coffee in the meantime.

Slide 7
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

Hm. Ok. I'll need that.
Still not happy about your service.

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

I'm so sorry. Usually I would have made you the coffee, but since I'm the only one at the counter I can not leave.

Slide 8
Banking

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

ABOUT:

.

RUDI

RUDI

RUDI

OK.

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

MRS MAY

Enjoy your coffee.

Slide 9
Banking
Oral Discussion

Continue with the dialogue.........

Bestellformular

order form

Buchhalter

accountant%%%bookkeeper

einen Kontoauszug verlangen

ask for a bank statement

Lieferschein

delivery note

Abbuchungsauftrag

debit order

Rechnung

invoice

Quittung

receipt

Bank Gebühren

bank charges

Waren bestellen

order goods

Kontoauszug

statement

Einzahlung

deposit

Zinssatz

interest rate

bar

cash

Quittung

receipt

Waren kaufen

purchase goods

Entnahme

withdrawal

ein Konto schliessen

to close an account

Geld abheben

withdraw money

Kassierer

teller

ein Konto eröffnen

to open an account

für gelieferte Dienste

for services rendered

Scheckheft

cheque book

Einzahlungsbeleg

deposit slip

Wirtschaftsprüfer

chartered accountant

ein Dokument bearbeiten

process a document

Online Banking

electronic banking

Geld einzahlen

deposit money

Wechselkurs

exchange rate

Geld überweisen

transfer money

Kontoauszug

bank statement

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Banking

Business and Banking

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1. bar

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2. Buchhalter

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3. Bank Gebühren

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4. Quittung

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5. Entnahme

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6. Waren bestellen

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7. ein Dokument bearbeiten

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8. ein Konto schliessen

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9. einen Kontoauszug verlangen

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10. Waren kaufen

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11. Scheckheft

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12. Quittung

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13. Online Banking

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14. Einzahlungsbeleg

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15. Kontoauszug

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16. Zinssatz

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17. Bestellformular

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18. Rechnung

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19. Abbuchungsauftrag

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20. für gelieferte Dienste

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21. Geld einzahlen

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22. Einzahlung

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23. Kontoauszug

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24. Kassierer

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25. Geld abheben

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26. Lieferschein

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27. Wirtschaftsprüfer

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28. Geld überweisen

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29. Wechselkurs

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30. ein Konto eröffnen

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