Mandarin Level 3

In: Other Topics

Submitted By hatake
Words 482
Pages 2
Mandarin Drama
Babak 1 Zài bàngōngshì
Jafni : Nazim, xiànzài jǐ diǎn?
Nazim : Zhōngwǔ 12 diǎn 10 fen
Jafni : Wǒ è le, wǒmen qù chī dōngxi, hǎo ma?
Nazim : Hǎode, zǒu ba!

Babak 2 Zài cāntīng lǐmian
Nazim : Zhège cānting hěn rènao.
Jafni : Shì a, zhèlǐ yǒu hěn duō shíwù.
Nazim : Lǎobǎn, gěi wǒ yì bēi Zhōngguóchá hé yì pán jīfàn.
Lǎobǎn : Hǎode. Xiānsheng, nǐ ne? Nǐ yào hē hé chī shénme?
Jafni : Gěi wǒ yì bēi kāfēi hé yì pán jīfàn.
Lǎobǎn : Hǎode, qǐng děng yíxià.
Jafni : Jīntiān wǒ de pengyou yǒu miànshì zài wǒmen de bàngōngshì.
Nazim : Shì ma?
Jafni : Shì a, tā hěn qínfèn, yě hěn cōngming.
Nazim : Ó.
Jafni : Jīntiān wǒ qǐng nǐ.
Nazim : Xièxie.
Jafni : Lǎobǎn, yígòng duōshao qián?
Lǎobǎn : Yígòng 8 kuài qián.

Babak 3 Zài bàngōngshì (Miànshì)
Nizam : Saiful Syukry Sulaiman, qǐng jìnlái.
Saiful : Xièxie.
Nizam : Qǐng zuò.
Saiful : Xièxie.
Nizam : Quèdìng nǐ zìjǐ.
Saiful : Wǒ jiào Saiful Syukry Sulaiman. Wǒ 25 suì le. Wǒ de jiā yǒu 6 ge rén.
Bàba, māma, yí ge gēge, yí ge jiějie, yí ge dìdi hé wǒ. Wǒ gāng dàxué bìyè, xiànzài zài zhǎo gōngzuò. Zhèxiē shì wǒ de zhèngshū. Qǐng nín kànkan.
Nizam : Ó, xiàngbudào nǐ hái huì shuō Huáyǔ
Saiful : Shìde. Wǒ zài dàxué xuéguo Huáyǔ
Nizam : Saiful xiānsheng, zài zhèlǐ gōngzuò hěn máng, chángcháng xūyào jiābān hé chūchāi.
Saiful : Méiwèntí. Qǐngwèn zài zhèlǐ gōngzuò yǒu shénme fúli?
Nizam : Yǒu chūchāifèi hé jiābānfèi, gōngsī měi niàn yě gěi zhíyuán huāhóng. Saiful : Ó.
Nizam : Saiful xiānsheng, nǐ yǒu diànyóu dìzhǐ ma?
Saiful : Yǒu,
Nizam : Yí ge xīngqī yǐhòu, wǒmen huì liáluò nǐ.
Saiful : Hǎode. Nizam xiānsheng, xièxie nín.
Saiful : Hāi, Jafni, hǎo jiǔ bú jiàn, nǐ hao ma?
Jafni : Wǒ hen hao. Ni mianshi zenmeyang?
Saiful : Hái hǎo.
Jafni : Zǒu ba huí wǒ de jiā.
Saiful : Zǒu ba.
Jafni : Tā shì wǒ de péngyou…...

Similar Documents

Cipd Level 3 3rai

...Module 3: Recording, analysing and using HR information 3RAI Kathrina Yarwood Activity 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2 The storing of data also known as data management is important for any business or organisation. There are several reasons why an organisation would need to store HR data. Any data collected would be invaluable for various reasons including but not limited to compliance, reporting, business planning and budget setting. An organisation or business can collect any number of different types of data including absenteeism information, equality and diversity questionnaires, in respect to compliance and reporting data collected would include absences, retention information and skill set information. Budget setting information would include workforce numbers, revenues and potential business opportunities. One main HR priority is to track and store existing employee data. For an organisation to move forward, to be able to report on staff accurately and if needed to validate the value of teams or certain job roles, Human resources must have a good understanding of the data and also have a suitable system to secure the data. Management at the highest level require data collected by HR departments as the data would be essential to their planning the future direction of the organisation and make them aware of any number of significant issues such as employee retention and enable them to pursue a solution. HMRC can request copies of records collected by HR to ensure that......

Words: 846 - Pages: 4

Hr Level 3 Cipd

...1.1 Explain the knowledge, skills, and behaviours required to be effective in an identified HR or L&D role. The CIPD have developed an HR Profession Map (HRMP) that sets the standards for all HR professionals in order to be effective within their role. It is designed to help guide professional development within HR and focuses on 10 professional areas, and 8 behaviors essential to excellent HR practice. It spans across 4 bands, progressing from an entry level HR position such as administrator at band 1, to HR director at band 4. The HRMP identifies two core professional areas “that sit at the heart of the profession and are applicable to all HR professionals”(CIPD website) Insights, Strategy and Solutions, and Leading HR. Insights, Strategy and Solutions - This area deals with the professional’s understanding and insight into an organisation. Through knowledge of how the business works an HR professional can put into practice strategic solutions to effectively manage an organisation’s specialist requirements. Leading HR - To effectively lead in HR one must act as a ‘role-model leader’. This includes developing yourself professionally, whilst also leading, supporting, and tracking others development. Adding value and making a positive difference with the organisation, and then evaluating this impact is also pivotal within this area. The remaining 8 professional areas cover specialist activities and knowledge that include: Organisation Design, Organisation...

Words: 2475 - Pages: 10

Btec Business Level 3

...2.How will government policies affect Morgan Sindall? You should explore the UK coalition government’s current policies that could affect Morgan Sindall. You should outline your views and opinions on the policies which you believe has a greater effect on the business 3.You must explain the “multiplier effect” of government spending for this business by exploring the local, national and international implications. What is the potential outcome at a local, national and international level when there are changes in government spending? Explore the effect of government policies on demand for Morgan Sindall’s business and the impact on its revenue, profits and employment. I have been asked to create a report in order to explain and analyse how government policies affect and impact Morgan Sindall. Therefore I had to do some research to find the new policies due to the coalition between the conservative and the liberal parties. For the first time since the Second World War, the liberal and the conservative party have made an agreement. This newly coalition between both parties has the aim of forming a full coalition comprising MPs (members of parliament) from the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democracy. The fact that a coalition takes place in United Kingdom's government, we find a series of disagreements and compromises in different topics and fields such as; Spending review, deficit reduction, tax measures, banking reform, immigration... Because Morgan and Sindall is......

Words: 583 - Pages: 3

P3 Business Level 3

...| Apple | BHF | history | Apple all started in 1976 because of 3 friends Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne. Wayne left the company a few months into the company's existence. Wozniak made the company's first product, the Apple I computer, which had been rejected by his previous employer, Hewlett Packard. The Apple II was introduced in 1978. Apple all started in 1976 because of 3 friends Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne. Wayne left the company a few months into the company's existence. Wozniak made the company's first product, the Apple I computer, which had been rejected by his previous employer, Hewlett Packard. The Apple II was introduced in 1978. | The British Heart foundation was founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals, who were concerned about the increasing death rate from cardiovascular disease. They wanted to fund extra research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart and circulatory disease The British Heart foundation was founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals, who were concerned about the increasing death rate from cardiovascular disease. They wanted to fund extra research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart and circulatory disease | Purpose | The purpose of apple is to make profit of selling their products to their customers so that they have enough money to improve their products. Therefore without customers the business would be failing to carry on. The......

Words: 1554 - Pages: 7

Sport Science Level 3

...Define and describe the following theories on personality: Trait theory – the trait theory suggests that a person’s personality is built through a number of different traits that the person has. The maker of the theory was Gordon Alport; he came up with the idea. He found that just by figuring out what traits you have, the trait theory can figure out what personality you have. He said that there are 4,000 words in the English dictionary that describe traits. He put these words and traits into 3 categories; Cardinal traits, central traits and secondary traits. These categories would help describe what someone’s personality is. This theory would help pick out people like; introverts unstable, introvert stable, extrovert unstable, and extrovert stable. This then suggests the fact that some people with one of them personality’s should be selected for a certain sport. For example if someone was an introvert stable this would suggest that they should play a game like snooker or darts, something that isn’t that boistres and loud and something with no contact. Some people will argue against this and say that the test is not accurate because there are athletes that play rugby that are an introvert stable. And there can also be extrovert snooker men or darts players, they will just have a more focused point on the game. Basically, the series of tests that are available to use the trait theory are just a series of questions that you answer and at the end calculates what sort of......

Words: 4892 - Pages: 20

Business Level 3

...electrical goods, clothes, organic food. In Newport there are stores based at Spotty and Masalas. The type of ownership that my company has is public limited company. This means it is a large company with many employees. It has shares on the stock exchange and anyone over 18 can invest in a share. This will make anyone who has bought the share a part owner of the joint stock company. As Tesco is a joint stock company the shareholders want a good return on their capital and to receive a dividend each year. If the company went bankrupt then the owners would have to pay off all of their debts, this would even mean selling their houses and cars. The main objective of a business is to make a profit. (Assessed-03.10.2014) Types of contract in Tesco * Tesco Indefinite contracts require some flexibility to be built into them to enable the employer to change the terms to meet changing conditions. * The term "temporary contract" can be used to describe a contract that is not expected to be indefinite. However, the usual employment rights apply. * A fixed-term contract is one that ends on a specified date or on the occurrence of a particular event. * The employment of part-time workers is regulated by the Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (SI 2000/1551). Job-sharing, annualised hours or term-time only contracts can be a form of part-time......

Words: 6306 - Pages: 26

Btec Business Level 3

...BTEC Level 3 in Business – Unit 1 – The Business Environment Context Think of a business as a ship on the high seas. The captain and crew of the ship are steering the ship on its journey but the ship is also affected by other influences such as the weather, tides and currents. The captain and crew have no control over these but they must be able to respond effectively to the intervention of events such as a storm in order for the ship to successfully complete its voyage. Just like a ship has to respond to the influences of its environment (the ocean) a business must also react to a number of factors that will be beyond its control. These can come from hugely varied sources, from the weather to a war on the other side of the world. The economy and government attempts to control it are more obvious influences on business activities but how each business will be affected are vastly different. During this unit you will investigate the differences in businesses; how they are run organised and influenced. Why certain businesses are organised in different ways and which individuals and organisations are interested in the progress of different businesses. By the end of this unit you should understand: • The range of different businesses and their ownership. • How businesses are organised to achieve their purposes. • The impact of the economic environment on business. • How political, legal and social factors impact on a business. Scenario A bank......

Words: 944 - Pages: 4

Btec Level 3 Business

...investors, employees and customers related to and identified with, while redefining corporate strategy to meet the expectations of critics and devotees alike. A public relations priority was identified in which the mission needed to be re-emphasised to clarify the kind of business M&S was now in, reflecting the modern nature of its traditional products and services, while articulating and correcting where necessary conflicting perceptions and misconceptions. 1 M&S had to create profit centres with simpler management structures, faster decision-making and distinct targets for shareholder value. 2 It had to change the way it bought goods both in the UK and overseas by giving its selling and marketing functions more say in what they had to offer. 3 It had to restore profitability overseas by reorganising its local business to serve local customers. 4 Finally, M&S had to build on the success of its financial services business. 2 of 8 Maisy Marsh Marks and Spencer put in a system to show their customers that they were making plans for the future, such as Plan A which showed their customers that they were looking into environmental changes for the better and bring in more customers with the purpose of purchasing from Marks and Spencer because they liked this new environmental side to the business. This brought in a lot more customers.  How it can help the business with their corporate communications A mission statement can help a businesses communications by......

Words: 3827 - Pages: 16

Business Btec Level 3

...making decisions. The structure depends on the organisations objectives, purpose and strategy. The top layer of the structure usually has the most power and control of the businesses decisions.[1] There are several different organisational structures, these include flat, hierarchical and matrix. They all are in place to make sure that the business is set out in a clear way and is easier to see who is above who. The difference between hierarchical and flat structure is that there may only be two or three levels in a flat structure because they are designed for small businesses like a local hairdressers. [2]The matrix structure is where the employees have dual reporting relationships, generally to both a functional manager and a product manager. It is not set out like a hierarchical structure, instead it is set up as a grid.[3] RSCPCA [4] This organisational structure for the RSPCA is a hierarchical structure. A hierarchical structure is a structure that consist of several levels. It could also look like a pyramid where the senior members of staff are higher up the pyramid to show their authority. The hierarchical structure is normally used for larger organisations like RSPCA. This hierarchical structure shows that the senior members of staff at the top making up the board of directors and responsible for establishing strategy and the overall business direction. Managers – The managers in the RSPCA make most of the decisions, they are responsible for the allocation of......

Words: 2790 - Pages: 12

Nvq Level 3

...FLORENCE SMYTH 09TH MARCH 2015 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE LEVEL THREE. Unit 3 ENABLE RIGHTS AND CHOICES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA WHILST MINIMISING RISKS 1. UNDERSTAND KEY LEGISLATION AND AGREED WAYS OF WORKING THAT SUPPORT THE FULFILMENT OF RIGHTS AND CHOICES AND THE MINIMISING OF RISK OF HARM FOR AN INVIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA. 1.1 EXPLAIN THE IMPACT OF KEY LEGISLATION THAT RELATES TO FULFILMENT OF RIGHTS AND CHOICES AND THE MINIMISING OF RISK OF HARM FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WITH DEMENTIA. The key legislations include , Human Rights Act 1998 , Mental Capacity Act 2005 , Adults and Incapacity Act 2000 , Mental Health Act 1995 , Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 and Carers Equal Opportunities Act 2004.Each and every individual is under a legal obligation to work within legislation and work within the agreed ways of organisation ensuring that the individual with dementia gets treated within their human rights protected from any form of abuse and that their dignity privacy and respect is maintained, allowing them to have a choice , make decisions living a fulfilled life while keeping them protected at all times. Individuals who are involved in the care of dementia suffers must always be observing their deterioration so changes can be made to minimise risk to the individual while still protecting their human rights and keeping everything in-line with the key legislation taking health and safety into consideration at all times. Together these legislations......

Words: 6172 - Pages: 25

Cipd Level 3 Dep

...4DEP Level 3 – Kristen Landau A50445 CIPD Membership 45017870 Activity 1 Write a report in which you:  Briefly summarise the HRPM (i.e. the 2 core professional areas, the remaining professional areas, the bands and the behaviours)  The CIPD HR Profession Map sets out the activities, knowledge, behaviours and standards required for HR professionals to be successful in the workplace. The profession map can be used for personal and professional development. The map is set out in to three different sections which include ten professional areas, which are divided into four bands of professional competence and also includes 8 different behaviour styles. The 10 Professional areas: 1) Insights, strategy and solutions 2) Leading HR 3) Organisation Design 4) Organisation Development 5) Resourcing and Talent planning 6) Learning and Development 7) Performance and Reward 8) Employee Engagement 9) Employee Relations 10) Service Delivery & Information This describes what you need to do (the activities) and what you need to know for each area of HR profession at four bands of professional competence, as well as outlining the behaviours that you need to display when carrying out the activities. Two of these are considered the core professional areas Leading HR and Insights Strategy and Solutions. Leading HR acts as a role model leader which maximises the contribution that HR makes throughout the organisation. Insights......

Words: 2090 - Pages: 9

Business Level 3

...copied. *the five types of intellectual property; designs, drawings, text, music & video; these different types of communication are enclosed with laws of copyright and patening and also- should be protected just like any other copyrighted Coca Cola's material. This can impact Coca Cola's performance by not letting another company steal their ideas by copying their intellectual property- this means that Coca Cola will be taking the credit for the property as well as earning their deserved profit.  Accumulated experience and skills  This means Coca Cola's experience gained over a certain number of years when the employees have faced a lot of different job issues and such. If Coca Cola can afford to keep people in their job roles, the level of Coca Cola's experience and promotion will grow in a major way. HELP SHEET 3.1 P1 Describe how marketing techniques are used to market products in two organizations In this unit I am going to pick two organisations and describe how marketing techniques are used to market products in these two organisations. The first organisation I am going to choose is Nike. Nike is an American multinational corporation that is involved in the design, development and worldwide marketing and selling of sporting equipments such as running shoes, tracksuits etc. Nike also sells accessories and unique footwear that attracts the eyes of so many people including celebrities. Nike has used various marketing techniques to get to the stage it’s at......

Words: 10202 - Pages: 41

Level 3 Business

...Unit 1: Business Environment | Assignment 3: The Impact of Business Environment on Organisations | For the attention of: Tracey baker | In this report I will talk how two businesses operate and function in two different economies. The report will also include a detailed outline on how political, legal, social factors affect both businesses in two economies. The two organisations may face challenges in the future and how political, legal and social factors may impact an organisation. P5 Tesco (UK) What is an economy? An economy is made of millions and millions of people making decisions, trading goods and services. The economy applies to everyone from individuals entities such as corporations and governments. The economy of a particular region or country is governed by its culture, law, history, and geography among other factors. There are three types of economies market economy, command economy and mixed economy. The economy is very influential on how good Tesco do in a financial year; so if there is a good economic environment the confident customers will be more willing to spend money than customers with low confidence, which means that Tesco is more likely to benefit if the customer confidence is high. Stages of high customer confidence can confidence can present opportunities for Tesco to expand or bring new products to the market. Low confidence of customer’s means that Tesco have to cut cost to maintain profits. The UK economy is currently in the...

Words: 6749 - Pages: 27

Criminology Level 3

...STUDENT NUMBER 2014OSC58443 Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Level 3 STUDENT NUMBER 2014OSC58443 Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Level 3 COURSE CODE – OSC532(V1.0) COURSE CODE – OSC532(V1.0) UNIT 5 – EVIDENCE HANDLING zoe wRIGHT UNIT 5 – EVIDENCE HANDLING zoe wRIGHT 2015 2015 Introduction This unit will be discussing the various packaging techniques in handling evidence taken away from crime scenes with the most appropriate ones being considered for each type of evidence found. It will be discussed having the implications of poor packaging and the results which lead to contamination of all evidence if not packaged properly and the outcome when it is taken to court also the reliability of the CSI’s involved. It is also the job of the CSI to make sure all health and safety procedures are in place before handling and taking any piece of evidence as there are varying risks involved like sharps, contamination of evidence, weather conditions other witnesses interfering with the scene, other personnel and any form of biological hazards. These must be taken seriously and analysed before any search. Unit 5 1. Detail the forensic evidence that would have been taken away from the scene by the perpetrator. The crime scene is probably the most important part of any criminal investigation. It is where forensic science starts. Locard’s Principle states......

Words: 2900 - Pages: 12

Cmi Level 3

...CMI Learner Statement of Authenticity – Level 3 To be completed by candidate and submitted with coursework: Centre name: | St Helens College | Candidate name: | | | CMI Number: | | Qualification title: | | Unit title(s): | | Unit code(s): | | Date due for assessment: | | Extension request date | | | | Extension granted | Y/N | Actual date evidence submitted: | | Revised due date | | Candidate declaration: | * I confirm that the work/evidence presented for assessment is my own unaided work. * I have read the assessment regulations and understand that if I am found to have ‘copied’ from published work without acknowledgement, or from other candidate’s work, this may be regarded as plagiarism which is an offence against the assessment regulations and leads to failure in the relevant unit and formal disciplinary action. * I agree to this work being subjected to scrutiny by textual analysis software if required. * I understand that my work may be used for future academic/quality assurance purposes in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998. * I understand that the work/evidence submitted for assessment may not be returned to me and that I have retained a copy for my records. * I have completed the assignment in accordance with CMI instructions and within the time limits set by my CMI Centre. * By signing my name below I am agreeing that I have read and understood the Learner Statement of Authenticity | ......

Words: 759 - Pages: 4