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PromptReview material in this lesson as needed, and when you are ready, translate the following sentences and phrases into German.The price of this coat is ten euros.That is the end of my street.I'm reading the diary of my grandmother.the things of our parentsthe diary of my daughter
Required information Preparing for a Cross- Cultural Meeting Cross-cultural business meetings often have high stakes. Sometimes the company is paying a great deal of travel money for the communication to take place; sometimes the communication can help or hinder the gaining of an important client; and sometimes an important business partnership rides on the effectiveness of the communication. This activity will test your understanding of how to prepare yourself for such meetings. Read the case and answer the questions that follow. You work for Innovations Data Solutions, an international company specializing in secure data storage. Your company has arranged for you to travel to Berlin to negotiate a sales contract with Scheidt Pharmaceuticals. This will be your first business dealings with a German company, so you need to prepare wisely for this cross-cultural encounter.You learn that Germans tend to be monochronic. This means that Multiple Choice a. in Germany, even people who have worked together for years may not be on a first-name basis. b. it will probably be frowned upon if you arrive late for your meeting. c. they focus on the present rather than the past. d. they feel a great deal of loyalty toward their employers. e. they are likely to want to spend time getting to know you before getting down to business.
Replace the object with the correct dative pronoun.Could someone help me with this? It would be GREATLY appreciated!Die Bluse gefllt (der Frau) nicht.Karl folgte (seinem Hund).Kannst du (dem Mdchen) helfen?Das ist (unserer Familie) peinlich.Das Mdchen antwortet (den Eltern).