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Ready to Go 系列教材（Starter, I, II, III）（書林）
English for Hospitality & Tourism（AMC Publishing）
Presentation Skills & Language（Lynx Publishing）
The Joy of Literature（書林）
Effective Presentation Skills
Exploring Cultures through Movies
Unit 1 Personnel and Organization
Application for Work
Positions and Duties
Unit 2 Office and Clerical
Correspondence and Telecommunication
Unit 3 Business Travel
Unit 4 Real Estate
Real Estate Management
Unit 5 Accounting and Finance
Unit 6 Manufacturing and Technology
Research and Development
Unit 7 Purchasing and Logistics
Unit 8 Entertainment and Communication
Arts and Culture
Dining and Drinking
Unit 9 Business and Planning
Marketing and Media
Unit 10 Legal and Tax
Unit 1 Personnel and Organization
Application for Work
ac • com • plish • ment n.（ pl. accomplishments） 完成；實現；成就
School reform was one of the principal’s greatest accomplishments.
To win the election was quite an accomplishment.
ac • quire v. 學得；獲得
I have acquired a good knowledge of Spanish.
She has acquired a reputation for honesty.
am • bi • tious adj. 野心勃勃的；有雄心大志的 opp. unambitious
She was very ambitious for her children.
Their company only hires ambitious people.
ap • pli • ca • tion n.（ pl. applications） 適用；應用；使用；申請
Please have your application filled out by Tuesday.
His application as regional manager has not been accepted.
back • ground n.（ pl. backgrounds） 背景；後景
Jasmine did a background check on the new recruit.
The job would suit someone who has a teaching background.
ca • pa • ble adj. 有能力的；能幹的 opp. incapable
She is a very capable administrator.
Gerry is capable of performing many jobs at the same time.
ca • reer n.（ pl. careers） 職業；生涯
I love my teaching career.
He has been focused on his career for ten years.
cer • tif • i • cate n.（ pl. certificates） 證明書；執照；結業證書
They spelled my name wrong on our marriage certificate.
Everyone who wants to enter the country must show a health certificate.
chal • lenge n.（ pl. challenges） 挑戰；質疑 v. 挑戰；質問
Juggling a family with a career is one of life’s great challenges.
No one is going to challenge him for the presidency.
com • pe • tent adj. 能幹的；能勝任的；稱職的 opp. incompetent
He proved to be a very competent manager.
New students are expected to be competent in mathematics.
ef • fi • cient adj. 效率高的；有能力的；能勝任的 opp. inefficient
If our operations were a little more efficient, we would save a lot more money.
He is an efficient manager who gets the job done on time and under budget.
ex • per • tise n. 專業；專門知識或技術
Her expertise will be invaluable in understanding this technology.
You live and die by your expertise, not your day job.
port • fo • li • o n.（ pl. portfolios） 經歷；卷宗；部長、閣員的職位
You’ll need to prepare a portfolio of your work before your interview.
She resigned her portfolio.
ref • er • ence n.（ pl. references） 提及；涉及；推薦
in reference to prep. ph. 關於
I am writing to you in reference to the job opening in your department.
Your application package must include two reference letters from past employers.
ap • pli • ca • ble adj. 適用的；可應用的；適合的
The school’s law is applicable to every student.
The offer is applicable only to tourists who come to our hotel on weekends.
ben • e • fit n.（ pl. benefits） 利益；好處 v. 受惠；受益
It will be to our mutual benefit to carry out the plan.
I benefit a lot from that class.
bo • nus n.（ pl. bonuses） 津貼；獎金；分紅
The Christmas bonus will be paid at the end of December.
If you don’t meet our objective, you will not get a bonus.
can • di • date n.（ pl. candidates） 候選人；應徵者
How many candidates applied for the new position?
The successful candidate will be fluent in English and Spanish.
com • pen • sate v. 補償；賠償；酬報
His intelligence compensates for his lack of experience.
The firm will compensate workers for their loss of earnings.
com • pen • sa • tion n.（ pl. compensations） 補償；賠償；報酬
He received some compensation for damages.
The jury awarded Tyler $1.7 million in compensation.
con • si • der v. 考慮；認為
The boss says she’s still considering my request for a raise.
There are more things than just money when considering changing jobs.
pro • ba • tion n. 試用；見習
Many employers will put you on a one month probation, to see if you fit in.
He pleaded guilty to using the company credit card, and was placed on probation.
pro • mote v. 晉升；升級；促進；促銷 opp. demote
Helen was promoted to senior manager.
Our boss organized a barbeque to promote better staff relations.
re • cruit v. 僱用；聘用；招募 n.（ pl. recruits） 新手
I’ve recruited three of my friends.
A majority of the recruits came from this neighborhood.
re • cruit • er n.（ pl. recruiters） 招聘人員
Recruiter Hedrick & Struggles enticed him away from RJR, where he was the CEO.
A recruiter might ask how you handle difficult customers.
re • ject v. 拒絕；去除；丟棄
Missy’s job application was rejected.
If inspectors find a defective can, the entire batch is rejected.
3. Positions and Duties
ad • min • is • tra • tor n.（ pl. administrators） 管理者；行政
She worked for 30 years as an administrator for Taiwan Bank.
He is known as a bad manager and an inefficient administrator.
as • sis • tant n.（ pl. assistants） 助手；助理 adj. 輔助的；助理的
I’ll ask my assistant to help you immediately.
He put in an application for a new assistant next year.
con • sult • ant n.（ pl. consultants） 顧問；諮詢
Dr. Jamieson is the consultant psychologist at St. Andrew’s Hospital.
He’s left his job as a computer programmer and is working as a consultant for a German firm.
dep • u • ty man • ag • er n. ph.（ pl. deputy managers） 副理
Our company needs a deputy manager to handle administration.
My father is a deputy manager at the bank.
ex • ec • u • tive n.（ pl. executives） 執行者；高級官員；經理
We were visited by a young, dynamic executive from a small computer company.
She is a member of the party’s national executive committee.
vice pres • i • dent n. ph. 副總統；副校長；副董事長（副會長）
Anderson will be the vice president of operations for the company’s east region.
Gerry Dicker was the vice president and the assistant secretary that year.