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0521549167 - English 365: Student’s Book 3


Bob Dignen, Steve Flinders and Simon Sweeney
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Thanks and acknowledgements 3 To the student 8

1 Martinique meets Paris 9 4 Orient Express 18 7 Motivating careers 27


Listening Listening Listening
Caribbean roots Selling luxury Work choices
Grammar Grammar Grammar
Present simple and continuous; Verb grammar Past simple, past continuous and
present perfect simple and continuous Pronunciation past perfect simple
Pronunciation Using pauses to add impact Pronunciation
Minimal pairs Speaking Emphasising important words
Speaking Selling Speaking
Making a positive first impression Describing the past: personal and
professional

2 The art of management 12 5 Financial planning 21 8 Twin towns 30


Listening Listening Listening
Good management Actuaries and finance managers Local goes global
Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary
Managing organisations Financial planning and control Politics
Speaking Speaking Speaking
Management Financial matters The role of government
Communicating at work Communicating at work Communicating at work
Writing 1: Email, register and Presenting 1: Progress reports Presenting 2: Structuring
‘down-toning’

3 Hitting the headlines 15 6 Top cities 24 9 How’s the weather? 33


Social skills Social skills Social skills
Getting started Building rapport Listening
Reading Reading Reading
The headlines The news The weather
Vocabulary Vocabulary Vocabulary
Newspaper headlines Economic issues The weather
Speaking Speaking Speaking
Talking about the news Current affairs Talking about the weather

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0521549167 - English 365: Student’s Book 3
Bob Dignen, Steve Flinders and Simon Sweeney
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10 Emotional computers 36 13 Developing people 45 You can access revision exercises


Listening
for Units 1–15, a worksheet for
Listening
Affective computing Coaching success
every unit, and ten Better learning
Grammar Grammar activities on the website:
Multi-word verbs Modal verbs to express certainty www.cambridge.org/elt/english365.
Pronunciation Pronunciation
Polite disagreement in short answers Stress in word families
Speaking Speaking
Describing objectives Analysing possibilities in the past
and the present

11 Quality control 39 14 Project management 48


Listening Listening
What could be more important than Project management in the theatre
quality? Vocabulary
Vocabulary Project management
Quality assurance Speaking
Speaking Projects and product development
Quality Communicating at work
Communicating at work Negotiating 1: Stating positive
Meetings 1: Listening and helping expectations and preferences,
understanding suggesting alternatives

12 I was a couch potato 42 15 Are customers 51


always right?
Social skills Social skills
Dealing with ‘no’ Complaining
Reading Reading
Television Consumer report
Vocabulary Vocabulary
TV and TV programmes Consumer issues
Speaking Speaking
Television Customer service

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16 Thomas Cook in 54 19 Media world 63 22 Photo management 72


India
Listening Listening Listening
The golden triangle My most interesting interview Taking pictures and telling stories
Grammar Grammar Grammar
Adverbs Passive: present simple and Revision of first and second
Pronunciation continuous, past simple, present conditional; third conditional
Adding impact and interest perfect, modals Pronunciation
Speaking Pronunciation Modal verbs with have in third
Making what we say interesting Linking conditional sentences
Speaking Speaking
Updating Discussing possibilities

17 The marketing mix 57 20 Everybody’s business 66 23 Children’s world 75


Listening Listening Listening
The marketing mix – still useful? What’s important in marketing? Working for the international
Vocabulary Vocabulary community
Marketing 1 Marketing 2 Vocabulary
Speaking Speaking Meetings and conferences
The marketing mix Marketing and market research Speaking
Communicating at work Communicating at work Setting up meetings
Presenting 3: Usual visual supports Meetings 2: Teleconferencing Communicating at work
Negotiating 2: Bargaining and
reaching a compromise

18 Wish you were here 60 21 The Curious Incident 69 24 Going up? 78


of the Dog in the
Night-time
Social skills Social skills Social skills
Persuading Dealing with people who are Dealing with conflict
Reading difficult to understand Reading
Travel Reading Careers
Vocabulary Books Vocabulary
Holidays and holiday problems Vocabulary Your education
Speaking Books and reading Speaking
Holidays Speaking Career coaching
Talking about books

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0521549167 - English 365: Student’s Book 3
Bob Dignen, Steve Flinders and Simon Sweeney
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25 International 81 28 Working in the USA 90 You can access revision exercises


education – planning for Units 16–30, a worksheet for
for the future every unit, and ten Better learning
Listening Listening activities on the website:
Developing people An American success story www.cambridge.org/elt/english365.
Grammar Grammar
Future reference: present tenses Direct and reported speech
review, will, going to, the future Pronunciation
continuous Spelling and pronunciation
Pronunciation Speaking
Chunking and pausing Reporting
Speaking
Discussing future plans

26 Public relations 84 29 Talk to a lawyer 93 File cards 99


Listening Listening Grammar reference 107
PR – process, culture and principles Take my advice Tapescripts 117
Vocabulary Vocabulary
Public relations Legal issues
Answer key 134
Speaking Speaking
Organisations and public relations Organisations and the law
Communicating at work Communicating at work
Meetings 3: Summarising and Writing 2: Clear writing
closing

27 When I’m 74 87 30 Personal change 96


Social skills Social skills
Giving feedback Getting important messages across
Reading Reading
Personal finance Lifestyles
Vocabulary Vocabulary
Personal finance Personal development
Speaking Speaking
Money management A personal action plan

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