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2013年07月22日

Learn English with EnglishPod101.com! All you want to do when you get home from your job in the US is relax, but every time you settle in in front of the TV, you get disturbed by another phone call from a telemarketing company called Special Solutions…you can’t even tell what they’re selling from their name (which is a little hard to say!). All you know is that the ’solution’ to this interruption of your ’special’ time is to unplug the phone!

In this lesson, you will learn about sound and spelling patterns in English. Our English conversation takes place at a store between two store employees. Because it’s a conversation between co-workers, the speakers are using informal English. We’ll also tell you about the practice of cold calling in English. Visit us at EnglishPod101.com, where you will find many more fantastic English lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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返事は2件“Lower Advanced #3 - Do You Like Making Cold Calls in English?”にあります。

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Good day listeners! Have you ever made a cold call?

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