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English audio course: Appointments 1

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Hello everybody, in this session we'll take a look at some more vocabulary we used in session 2. Do you remember what session 2 was about? Yes, you are right. It's about my daily job. You probably remember that I work for a financial company as a financial advisor. I help people invest their money.

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My clients contact our office via email or phone and then we make an appointment. When you make an appointment with another person you want to meet or see him. Two things are important for an appointment: The time and the place. For example you can say: Let's meet next Monday at 10 o'clock at our office. That means you have an appointment for next Monday at 10. In this situation you can also say you have a meeting next Monday at 10 o'clock. The word meeting is more specific than the word appointment. Appointment is the equivalent to the German word "Termin".

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