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ENGLISH

CLASS
With Teacher Artur
and Miguel :(
Welcome, wolves!
MATERIALS
NEEDED FOR CLASS
CLASS OBJECTIVES
AND RULES

Rules: Objectives:
actively participate in the space Learn vocabulary related to
and ask questions sales.
Apply what you have learned
in real life situations.
VOCABULARY
Profit Dealer
Purchase Sale
Quotation Customer
Debtor Client
Earnings Warehouse
Taxes Affordable
Wholesaler Pricey
Retailer Launch
Buying power B2C
Loan Deal
Budget Follow-up
Telephone marketing
Profit
/ˈprɒfɪt/

The profits were very high.

*profit is not the same as earnings


Purchase
/ˈpɜrʧəs/

Tom should have purchased flood insurance.


Quotation
/kwoʊˈteɪʃən/
Our personnel will be glad to prepare you a cost quotation.
Debtor
/ˈdɛtər/
The debtor was obliged to pay the amount of the debt to
any person who presented the missing half of the bill.
Earnings
/ˈɜrnɪŋz/
He was not earning much, but enough to pay his absolute expenses

He believes that everyone should donate 10% of their earnings to charity.


Challenge
Taxes
/ˈtæksəz/
Taxes will rise, and social programs will grow.
Wholesaler
/ˈhoʊlˌseɪlər/

He buys wholesale and sells retail.


Retailer
/ˈriˌteɪlər/
The retailer resells the goods at a higher price.
Buying power /ˈbaɪɪŋ/ /ˈpaʊər/

or Purchasing power /ˈpɜrʧəsɪŋ/ /ˈpaʊər/

They try to maintain their buying power by borrowing like crazy,


Loan
/loʊn/
She's trying to get a $50 000 loan to start her own business.
Challenge
Budget
/ˈbʌʤɪt/
The organization has a large annual budget.
Dealer
/ˈdilər/
The dealer has a Good business.
Sale
/seɪl/
I want to make a lot of sales this week.
Customer
/ˈkʌstəmər/
This customer is causing troubles.

*customer is not the same as client


Client
/ˈklaɪənt/
This client has been with us through thick and thin.
Challenge
Warehouse
/ˈwɛrˌhaʊs/

The warehouse is full of stocks.


Affordable
/əˈfɔrdəbəl/

This product is pretty affordable.


Pricey
/ˈpraɪsi/
I don’t like pricey things, I’m stingy
Launch
/lɔnʧ/
Today we’re going to launch our new service at market.
B2C
/bituˈsi/
B2C is a great strategy in marketing.
Challenge
Deal
/dil/
We have to close this deal as soon as possible.
Follow up
/ˈfɑloʊ/ /ʌp/
Please, pay attention to our costumer and follow him up.
Telephone marketing
/ˈtɛləˌfoʊn/ /ˈmɑrkətɪŋ/

Today I did three succesful sales by telephone marketing


USEFUL PHRASES
We do not give refunds.
In order to make exchanges you must present your purchase receipt
Is there anything else I can help you with?
Thank you for your purchase.
May I see your ID to continue with your purchase, please?