ESL商务会议英语(音频):5-2 会议陈述(图形内容)

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2016-1-25 11:16

ESL商务会议英语(音频):5-2 会议陈述(图形内容)

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5-2 会议陈述(图形内容)

9大商务场景,每个场景分正式和非正式英语表达,让你轻松学会商务会议英语。

Business Meetings:
商务会议

Hannah: Thanks, Shawn. Each of the eight focus groups we spoke with had 10 to 12 participants who are users of the product, although not necessarily the one offered by Vision Corp. In this table, you can see that the proportion of people who use your company's product compared to the total market is fairly small, at only 13%. This, of course, means your competitors have a big leg up on the market with over 85%.

Hannah:谢谢,Shawn,8组客户群中的每一组都有10-12人才使用我们的产品,虽然不是Vision Corp推出的主打产品.从这张表中你可以看到使用你们公司产品的比例和整个市场比较是相当小的,仅仅13%.这淡然也意味着你们的竞争对手对市场的帮助已经超过85%.

We asked participants what kinds of things they look for when deciding which product to buy. Let me walk you through this chart with my laser pointer. You can see that the most important features are listed alphabetically under the header, "Important Features." Unfortunately, your current product has only one of three most sought-after features.

我们询问参与者当他们购买产品时寻找什么样的东西,让我用激光笔带你参观一下这个表格.你可以看到这个标题下按照字母排列的最重要的特性.很不幸的,你们的产品仅仅占了是哪个最重要的搜索特性中的一个.

That may be one important reason why more customers aren't buying your product.

这或许就是为什么越来越多的顾客不买你们产品的原因了.

Finally, take a look at this bar chart, which shows how your product's features stack up against those of your competitors. Your product has good "affordability," but the truth is that your customers aren't that concerned about price. You could easily raise your prices and use the extra money from sales to better match your product with what customers are looking for.

最后,看下这张直方图,给出了你们产品和竞争者产品的特性是如何罗列的.你们的产品有很好的购买力.但是,事实是顾客根本就不在意这个价格.你们可以很容易的提升价格用增加的收入提升你们的产品与消费者的匹配度.

【单词扩展 Glossary】

proportion – a part of something larger; a section or segment of a whole

部分

* A large proportion of college students get some money from their parents each month.

一部分大学生每月从父母那里拿到钱

a leg up – an advantage; something that helps someone

优势

* Joshua has a leg up in getting a job because his parents know almost everyone in this town.

Joshua在找工作方面有优势因为他父母几乎认识这个镇上所有人

to walk (one) through (something) – to explain something to someone in detail; to help someone understand something step by step

向某人详细的解释某事

* Carolina walked us through the process of buying a home, and now we understand it much better.

Carolina详细的向我们解释买房的过程,现在我们更好的理解了

chart – a square or rectangular visual or picture with information used for reports and presentations

图表

* This chart shows how we spent our money last month.

这张图表显示了上个月我们的支出

laser pointer – a small machine held in one's hands that, when pushed, has a red light that can be used by the speaker to point at objects on a screen

激光笔

* Since the chart can be confusing, I would suggest using a laser pointer during your presentation to explain the different parts

由于这张图表有些复杂,我建议在讲解中使用激光笔解说不同的部分

alphabetically – in order from A to Z; in the order of the alphabet

按照字母顺顺序的

* Phone books list people's last names alphabetically.

电话本罗列人名按照名字的字母顺序

header – a word or phrase (usually the name of the category) at the top of a column in a table

在表格最上方的单词或词组

* This table's headers include "price," "style," and "model number."

这个表格抬头包括价格,风格和模型数字

sought-after – desired; wanted; looked for

想要的,期望的

* That computer game is one of the most sought-after Christmas gifts for young boys.

这款电脑游戏是男孩圣诞礼物搜索最广的游戏之一

to stack up against – to compare with something

与...相比

* Before buying a new car, it's important to know how it stacks up against similar cars made by other companies.

买车之前.与其他公司的同款车相比很重要