Oct 252012
 

Paul, the boss, leaves a message wanting ideas for a new marketing strategy for their new laser-curved fruit range. Anna gets straight down to work but when Paul turns up, Tom gets all the credit. There’s a big mix-up and it’s time for Anna to learn some language that explains there has been a misunderstanding.

This programme focuses on politely saying there has been a misunderstanding.

Phrases from the programme:
I think there’s been a misunderstanding.
There’s been a bit of a mix-up.
Let me explain what happened.

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