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English for Receptionist

Would you like to be a receptionist? In this lesson, you will learn some helpful phrases for being a receptionist or any other customer service job! Visit my website: If you love my lessons, you could buy me a coffee! :) :) E-transfer in Canada: My channel is about learning English. I try to make creative and fun lessons to help you learn vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, verb tenses, idioms, CELPIP, IELTS and TOEFL preparation, and much more! My videos will help you improve your English speaking, reading, writing, and listening. If you don't understand something I say or have any questions for me, please just ask! I reply to all the comments on my videos! I make new lessons every day so follow me on Facebook and YouTube! 😃 YOUTUBE HOMEPAGE: FACEBOOK: PLAYLISTS: Exam Practice New to Canada English Vocabulary Verb Tenses Pronunciation Relax & Repeat Travel English Business English English Grammar English Jokes English Music English Culture English Writing

How to Handle Customer Complaints Like a Pro

For detailed notes for this video, visit I'm going to make a prediction. There's little chance this video will go viral. Here's why. Because no one cares to talk about customer complaints. But I want to challenge you to listen to this whole thing because it will save you a lot of sleepless nights, make and save you a lot of money, and create a culture for your company. So let's get right into it. Visit the official Valuetainment Store for gear: 5 Types of Customer Complainers #1: The Valid Complainer - 1:11 #2: The Pessimist - 1:34 #3: Like Your Product, Disagree with Your Belief - 1:50 #4: An Actual Enemy - 5:04 #5: Trolls - 08:05 How to Handle Customer Complaints - 9:10 #1: Speed is Your Game - 10:08 #2: Don't Avoid Conflict - 10:38 #3: You Can't Win Them All - 12:03 #4: Get on the Phone - 12:07 Subscribe to the channel: Valuetainment- The best channel for new, startup and established entrepreneurs. Schedule: New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday on a broad array of entrepreneurial topics.

What If You Dug a Tunnel Under the Ocean?

It takes approximately 8 hours and 15 minutes to get from London to New York by plane. If you choose to take a trip by ship, you'll spend almost a week in the ocean. But what about traveling a distance of 3,460 miles within an hour? Yup, a new type of transportation might appear in the world! Futuristically fast trains that resemble transport capsules from sci-fi movies are supposed to move through low-pressure tunnels. Researchers from the USA and China are already working on this project. Some specialist are as optimistic as to predict the appearance of this new revolutionary type of transport in the next 10 years! TIMESTAMPS: The idea of “vacuum trains” 1:33 How does it work theoretically 2:21 What could make this type of transportation even faster 3:41 How to create such a construction 4:26 Can you drill the ocean floor? 4:42 Or can you leave the tunnel floating in the water? 6:14 Or could the tunnel lie on the ocean floor? 7:21 How much could the tunnel cost? 8:00 #moderntransportation #futureinventions #futuretechnology Music by Epidemic Sound SUMMARY: - American engineer Robert Goddard created several prototypes of a vacuum train that could connect the biggest American cities. Since then, a lot of designers have been working on the implementation of this idea. - According to Ernst G. Frankel, shipping expert and professor emeritus from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, such a vacuum tube may give us the advantage of high speeds. - There must be huge pumps, approximately 30 miles apart, to help keep a near vacuum in the tunnel. The air leak would happen through the end stations. - However, there's something that could make this type of transportation even faster: the combination of the vacuum train with another technology, for example, magnetic levitation. - If you went for the first option, you’d have to drill the rock of the ocean floor. But the Atlantic Ocean is incredibly deep, and its average depth reaches 12,000 ft. You can imagine how huge the water pressure is at the bottom! - The other way to build the tunnel is to leave it floating in the water. On the positive side, you wouldn't have to dig through thousands of miles of hard rock. Thus, this would take much less time. - There is an option of building a tunnel that would lie on the ocean floor. But this alternative doesn't eliminate all the problems of the tunnel construction such as huge water pressure, big depths, and the difference of these depths. - Whatever method of tunnel construction we choose, the biggest problem remains unsolved: the incredible cost of the tunnel. The total sum needed to finish the construction of the tunnel could hit $12 trillion! Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

Travel English - Staying at a Hotel

Travelling is fun. However, you may feel nervous when you check in to a hotel, or you don't know how to ask for help. Let's learn some new English words and phrases to make your experience much smoother. English Phrases: 1. I’d like to check in please. The reservation is under ___. 2. I’d like to book a room for tonight. 3. How much is it per night? 4. Is breakfast included? 5. I’d like a wake-up call, please. 6. The air conditioner doesn’t work. 7. I’d like to check out, please. --- More video: English Conversation How to Order in a Restaurant English Conversation at the Airport | How to Go Through Customs and Check in Subscribe this channel: Follow us: Facebook - Instagram: Weibo: APP: iOS - Android -

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