Toate cursurile din domeniul Engleza

  • Econometrie

    Econometrics, the result of a certain outlook on the role of economics, consists of the application of mathematical statistics to economic data to lend empirical support to the models constructed by mathematical economics and to obtain numerical results The art of the econometrician consists in finding the set of assumptions that are both sufficiently specific and sufficiently realistic to allow him to take the best possible advantage of the data available to him. How do econometricians...

  • Cursuri Engleza

    GERUND: 1) expressing start, continuity or ending a) It started raining./ It started to rain. He began working earlier. b) She continued/ went on/ kept on talking. c) He finished writing the letter. (dupa ‘finish’ folosim obligatoriu forma de ‘ing’) 2) verbs of feeling: to like, to enjoy, to love, to hate, to loathe ( a uri), to dislike, to prefer I like reading. He enjoys riding. They hate working. 3) Verbs of thinking: to think, to imagine, to fancy ( a imagina), to remember, to...

  • Suport Curs Engleza An I, Semestrul II

    Written Communication in Business English COURSE LEVEL first year undergraduate students/ second semester of study INSTRUCTOR Silvia Mihuţ, Teaching Assistant, PhD Student COURSE OBJECTIVES This course introduces the university students to business writing for both print and broadcast. Business writing for print requires a higher degree of formality than oral business communication and, consequently, a complex layout or elaborated structures. Business writing for broadcast takes a...

  • English in Administrative Settings

    UNIT 1 CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES Section A The Fundamental Law in the United Kingdom There is a learned debate about whether Britain actually has a constitution. It clearly lacks one in a widely used sense of the term: there is no single comprehensive written code, or document, which sets out the rules affecting the relations between government institutions and between these institutions and citizens. On the other hand, it does have one in the sense that there is a body of laws, customs and...

  • Limba Engleza Contemporana

    3. Modality and modal verbs Syntactic properties of modal verbs Modals add to the lexical verb a special semantic component such as ability, obligation, permission, possibility. From a syntactic point of view, modal verbs have certain properties that make them similar to auxiliary verbs. These properties are known in the literature as NICE properties. NICE is an acronym (negation, interrogation, coordination, emphasis). 1. The negator NOT is attached to the modal verb to form a negative...

  • Communication in Business

    COURSE OBJECTIVES This course presents a basic introduction to the English of international business and economic topics. One of the course objectives is to show the way English is used to analyze and discuss various issues, focusing on terms, phraseology and discourse employed in talking about business. The class aims to present examples of the way English is employed to summarize business relevant information, to ask appropriate questions, to make proposals, offers suggestions, to persuade...

  • Effective Business Communication

    When is communication effective? Only when others understand your message and respond to it the way you want them to Effective communication: - manage your work flow - improve business relationships - enhance your professional image - other important benefits: What do employers expect from you? competent  communication tasks Specific skills  advance in career - organizing ideas and information coherently and completely - expressing and presenting ideas coherently and persuasively...

  • Cross-Cultural Communication

    Lecture 1 Activity 1: Discussion on the E – SOFTPROD case Description: E – SOFTPROD - American company - develops software for other companies (American & foreign companies; inside & outside the States) - employs offshore teams of engineers in two development centres located in Bangalore and Mangalore (India) Possible problems A. areas where problems may occur outside the company – existing/potential clients inside the company – headquarters - branches B. what problems? -...

  • Engleza

    1. The Definite Article → the is used: - to refer to something which has already been mentioned: Open the door, please! - when we talk about something or somebody considered unique: the only one, the Earth, the Moon, etc; e.g.: The English like tea. - with plural states and countries or representing an union: The United Kingdom, The USA, The Netherlands. - with proper nouns denoting groups of islands, mountain ranges, deserts, oceans, seas, rivers, channels, canals, straits: The...

  • Romanian Law Script

    I. On the social assistance system in Romania 1. Institutional and legislative framework of the social assistance in Romania Social assistance developed rapidly after 1990, when communism fell; it was rather fragmented, consisting mainly around crisis situations. The attempt of the quick decentralization that took place mainly after 1997 led to organizational incoherence, high social costs and decreased the capacity for supervision and control, while, on the same areas at the same time,...

  • German Law Script

    Part 1: Penal law as a legal borderline A look at the Criminal law Law is the "ethical minimum" said the German legal philosopher Jellinek. And indeed, in a constitutional area law-abiding behaviour is the minimum you can expect from an European welfare-oriented entrepreneur. With criminal behaviour you can’t hide yourself behind your company. Under German law an entrepreneur can act improperly and be liable to pay a civil or administrative fine (for instance with competitive...

  • The Category of Aspect

    1. Introduction 0.0 Freed (1976) defined ‘Aspect’ as ‘a notion of Time, distinct from Tense, that refers to the internal temporal structure of events and activities named by various linguistic forms….. in terms of such things as inception, duration, completion..’ The definition suggests that Tense and Aspect, as functional categories that delimit the lexical category Verb, ‘merge/interconnect’ in more ways than one. The two categories are not only related morpho-syntactically (Aspect like...

  • Myth Criticism

    GENERAL PRESENTATION OF THE COURSE The purpose of today’s course is to introduce the students to myth criticism (literary criticism seeking relationships between myth and literature) via two books WHOSE THIRD CHAPTERS/THIRD PARTS deal very explicitly with myth: Northrop Frye’s 1957 book Anatomy of Criticism, an encyclopaedia of literary criticism, which narrates the whole of literature and criticism from the beginnings to the present four times over, i.e. in four parts or essays; and Critica...

  • Economia Comertului Turismului si Serviciilor

    • Caracteristici generale: 1) nu au decât formă de infinitiv scurt (fără prep. TO): to be, to have, to do, to work /vs/ Ø can, Ø may, Ø must. 2) verbul care urmează după un modal este la infinitivul scurt (fără TO ): - I can Ø work. (! NOT: I can to work) You must Ø try again. (! NOT: You must to try again.) DAR: I refuse to work. // She wants to try again. 3) sunt verbe neflexibile - la Prezentul Simplu, au aceeaşi formă pentru toate persoanele (nu primesc terminaţia –s la pers. a...

  • Turism

    LECTURE NOTES 1 PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL TOURISM 1. Introduction to global tourism The travel and tourism industry is the world’s largest and most diverse industry. Many nations rely on this dynamic industry as a primary source for generating revenues, employment, private sector growth and infrastructure development. Tourism development is encouraged particularly among the developing countries around the world, when other forms of economic development are not commercially viable....

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