BEP 321 – プロジェクト管理 6: ユーザーテストの開始

BEP 321 レッスンモジュール - プロジェクト管理のための英語 6: User Testing

へようこそ ビジネス英語ポッド 今日のレッスン プロジェクト管理のための英語 and launching user testing for a software project.

At the heart of every software project is the user. If the user finds the software confusing, or if it doesn’t do what the user needs it to do, what’s the point? このために, user testing is an essential part of the development process.

User testing can involve a range of activities. You might watch how users interact with the software. You might track or monitor how they use it. And you might ask them for their opinions. この方法では, you collect information and feedback that helps you create the best user experience possible. And just as the software itself needs to be user friendly, so does user testing. If people don’t have a clear idea of what they’re supposed to do during testing, you’ll be wasting an opportunity.

So when you launch testing, it’s important to outline what you’re going to be doing, and what kind of feedback you’re interested in. Because the software is new to the test users, you’ll need to give them clear instructions on how to use it and give them an overview of the main features. You might also find yourself emphasizing key points along the way. 結局, it’s much easier to make sure everyone understands upfront than to deal with confused users during testing.

今日の対話で, ジルが聞こえます, a developer with a software company called OptiTech. They’ve been developing software for a logistics company, and now they are ready to launch the first round of user testing. We’ll also hear Liam, クライアントのITマネージャー, and Carla, one of the test users.

質問を聞く

1. What does Jill say will be the final step in this test?
2. What three aspects of the software does this test focus on?
3. What does Jill emphasize is absolutely necessary for the drivers to do?

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BEP 305 – 強調するためのビジネス英語コロケーション 2

ビジネス英語ポッド 305 - 強調するための英語のコロケーション 2

今日のレッスンのためのビジネス英語ポッドへようこそ ビジネス英語のコロケーション ポイントを強調するため.

英語を上手に話すことは、正しく話すことだけではありません. 影響を与える言葉を選ぶことです, 人々の考えや感情に影響を与えることについて. そして、あなたが素晴らしいスピーカーの習慣を研究するなら, 彼らが強調を効果的に使用しているのが聞こえます. 優れた講演者は、単に「お勧め」と言うだけではありませんか?何か. 代わりに, 彼は「強くお勧めします」と言うかもしれませんか?何か. その言葉は「強く」?影響を3倍にする.

しかし、私たちが「強くお勧めする」と言っていることをどうやって知ることができますか? 「強くお勧め」ではありませんか?または「深くお勧めします?」?上手, "強くお勧めします"??ネイティブスピーカーが使用する単語の自然な組み合わせです. これらの単語の自然な組み合わせは、コロケーションと呼ばれます. コロケーションは、ネイティブスピーカーが一般的に一緒に使用する2つ以上の単語です. そして、あなたはより自然に聞こえ、あなたが言うことの影響を増やすために強調のコロケーションを学ぶことができます.

このレッスンでは, リーダーシップのトピックに関するプレゼンテーションの最後に耳を傾けます. マリアは彼女の要点を要約しています. プレゼンテーション中、彼女はいくつかのコロケーションを使用してアイデアを強調します. これらのコロケーションを選んでみてください, 後で報告の中でそれらについて話します.

質問を聞く

1. マリアはリスナーに人のことを考えるように頼みます. 彼女はどのような人に考えてもらいますか?
2. アクションでサポートされていない素晴らしいスピーチについてマリアは何と言っていますか?
3. マリアは、人々が仕事で意味を探すことについてどう思いますか?

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BEP 304 – 強調するためのビジネス英語コロケーション 1

BEP 304 - 強調するためのビジネス英語コロケーション 1

今日のレッスンのためのビジネス英語ポッドへようこそ ビジネス英語のコロケーション used to emphasize a point.

If you want to make an impact when you speak, you need to learn the importance of emphasis. というのは, if sales increased, that’s great. But what if they increased a lot? Or you might be concerned about something, but what if you’re very concerned? “A lot” and “very” are used for emphasis. But you don’t want to only use “a lot” and “very.” If you use any word or expression too much, it will lose its impact.

このレッスンでは, we’ll listen to the end of a presentation about the financial performance of an airline. The speaker is talking about what the company can expect to see in the coming year. And during the presentation, as well as during the question and answer session, the speakers give emphasis to their ideas using “collocations.”

A collocation is just a pair or group of words that go together naturally. 例えば, instead of saying something “increased a lot,” you can say it “increased sharply.” The words “increase” and “sharply” often go together. And if you want to say you are “very concerned,” you can say “deeply concerned.” That’s a natural way of emphasizing the idea of being “concerned.”

Native speakers use these word combinations naturally. And if you want to sound natural, it’s a good idea to learn these collocations. ダイアログを聞くと, try to pick out some of these collocations, 後で報告の中でそれらについて話します.

ダイアログで, we’ll hear Leo, the presenter, talking about some of the key financial indicators the airline uses to track its performance. We’ll also hear two managers, Rita and Mike, ask questions at the end of the presentation.

質問を聞く

1. What does Leo say the company has achieved in terms of costs?
2. How does Rita feel about the positive attitude concerning profits?
3. What does Leo say about non-fuel cost growth in their company, compared to other companies?

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スキル 360 – プレゼンテーション: 視聴者とつながる (2)

ビジネス英語プレゼンテーション - Connecting to Your Audience (2)

へようこそ スキル 360 for today’s lesson on how to connect with your audience while you’re actually delivering your presentation.

It’s easy to leave your connection with the audience to chance. というのは, you might think that giving a presentation should be about conveying a message rather than “connecting” with your audience. But I assure you, whatever your message is, you’ll get it across with much greater success if you have a good connection with your audience. And that connection isn’t a chance occurrence. You have to work on it.

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スキル 360 – プレゼンテーション: 視聴者とつながる (1)

Business English for Connecting your Presentation to your Audience 1

へようこそ スキル 360 for today’s lesson on how to connect with your audience during a presentation.

You’ve probably heard all sorts of advice about delivering a good プレゼンテーション. But at the end of the day, every single presentation strategy is designed for one thing: connecting with the audience. 実際には, if you don’t connect with your audience, you might as well pack up your PowerPoint and head home. You need to build a bridge to send your message across. No bridge, no message. And don’t think you need to be an easy-going extrovert to connect with an audience. This is something that you can learn to do well.

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