B. Handshakes are more than a way of greeting. C. Handshakes can show our personality.
2. If you are seated when someone comes for a handshake, you should . A A. stand up and shake his or her hand B. keep seated and shake his or her hand C. bow and say hello to him or her
3. Keeping eye contact while shaking hands makes the other person feel B A. nervous B. comfortable C. afraid 4. How long does a handshake usually last? C
A. As long as the conversation lasts. B. 5 minutes. C. 2-3 seconds. 5. Which of the following words can best describe a proper handshake? B A. brief and strong B. brief and firm C. brief and soft
《管理英语1》Unit1 Introduce Yourself 试卷四
1.— Sally, C , Mary Brown. — Nice to meet you. I'm Sally Johnson, the Sales Manager.
A. What a pleasure B. Thanks a lot C. this is our new secretary 2. — B
— Please call me Mary. That's my first name.
A. How shall I address you? B. How are you? C. Are you Mary? 3. Hello, everyone. I'd like to A to you our new secretary, Melinda Smith. A. introduce B. meet C. welcome
4. I think C is impolite to call people by their first names. A. that B. as C. it
5. Keeping eye contact makes the other person C welcome and comfortable. A. feeling B. to feel C. feel
二、听力理解：请听下面的对话，根据对话内容从A、B、C三个选项中选出一个最佳选项。 Listen to the dialog and fill in the blanks with the words given below.
Melinda Smith's got a job at Qiaoxiang Community Service Center. Today is her first day at work.George, the Director of the Administration Department, is introducing her to Wendy and Helen.
George: Hello, everyone. I'd like you to meet our newcomer, Melinda. Melinda: Hi, I'm Melinda Smith, nice to meet you all here.
Wendy: Nice to meet you, too, Melinda. I'm Wendy Brown, just call me Wendy. Helen: Hi, I'm Helen Clinton. Welcome. Melinda shakes hands with everyone.
Wendy: Would you come over, please, Melinda? This is your desk.
Melinda: Thank you very much. Could you please tell me what's the telephone number on my desk?
Helen: Oh, it's 8633-2788. If you have any questions here, please tell us. We'll all be ready to help. Melinda: Thanks for everything. You're really helpful.
Wendy: When you are free, I'll show you around our center and introduce you to other colleagues. Melinda: That's great! I'll be looking forward to it.