BEP 321 – 프로젝트 관리 6: 사용자 테스트 시작

BEP 321 레슨 모듈 - 프로젝트 관리를위한 영어 6: User Testing

다시 오신 것을 환영합니다 비즈니스 영어 포드 오늘의 수업을 위해 프로젝트 관리를위한 영어 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? 이런 이유로, 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. 이런 식으로, 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. 아무튼, it’s much easier to make sure everyone understands upfront than to deal with confused users during testing.

오늘 대화에서, 우리는 Jill을 듣습니다, 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, 클라이언트의 IT 관리자, and Carla, one of the test users.

듣기 질문

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 – 강조를위한 비즈니스 영어 배열 2

비즈니스 영어 포드 305 - 강조를위한 영어 연어 2

오늘의 강의를 위해 Business English Pod에 다시 오신 것을 환영합니다 비즈니스 영어 코디 요점을 강조하기 위해.

영어를 잘하는 것은 단지 정확하게 말하는 것이 아닙니다.. 영향을주는 단어를 선택하는 것입니다., 사람들의 생각과 감정에 영향을 미치는. 그리고 훌륭한 연사의 습관을 연구한다면, 그들이 효과적으로 강조를 사용하는 것을 듣게 될 것입니다. 훌륭한 연사는 그가“추천”이라고 말하지 않을 것입니까 ?? 어떤 것. 대신에, 그는 그가 "강하게 추천한다"고 말할지도 모른다 ?? 어떤 것. 그 단어 "강하게"?? 3 배의 영향.

그러나 우리가“강력히 추천한다”는 것을 어떻게 알 수 있습니까 ?? "많이 추천"하지 않습니까 ?? 또는“깊은 추천?”?? 잘, "강력 추천"?? 원어민이 사용하는 단어의 자연스러운 조합입니다.. 이러한 자연스러운 단어 조합을 연어라고합니다.. 연어는 원어민이 일반적으로 함께 사용하는 두 개 이상의 단어입니다.. 더욱 자연스럽게 들리고 말하는 내용의 영향력을 높이기 위해 강조의 코디를 배울 수 있습니다..

이 수업에서, 리더십 주제에 대한 프레젠테이션의 끝을 듣겠습니다.. 마리아는 그녀의 요점을 요약하고 있습니다.. 프레젠테이션 중에 그녀는 아이디어를 강조하기 위해 여러 가지 코디를 사용합니다.. 이 코디를 골라보세요, 나중에보고에서 이에 대해 이야기하겠습니다..

듣기 질문

1. 마리아는 청취자에게 사람을 생각하라고 요청합니다.. 그녀는 어떤 유형의 사람에 대해 생각하도록 요청합니까?
2. 행동으로 뒷받침되지 않는 훌륭한 연설에 대해 마리아는 뭐라고 말합니까??
3. 사람들이 일에서 의미를 찾는 것에 대해 마리아는 어떻게 생각합니까??

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BEP 304 – 강조를위한 비즈니스 영어 배열 1

BEP 304 - 강조를위한 비즈니스 영어 배열 1

오늘의 강의를 위해 Business English Pod에 다시 오신 것을 환영합니다 비즈니스 영어 코디 used to emphasize a point.

If you want to make an impact when you speak, you need to learn the importance of emphasis. 내말은, 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.

이 수업에서, 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. 예를 들어, 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. 대화를 들으면서, try to pick out some of these collocations, 나중에보고에서 이에 대해 이야기하겠습니다..

대화 상자에서, 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.

듣기 질문

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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기술 360 – 프리젠 테이션: 청중과 연결 (2)

비즈니스 영어 프레젠테이션 - Connecting to Your Audience (2)

에 다시 오신 것을 환영합니다 기술 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. 내말은, 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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기술 360 – 프리젠 테이션: 청중과 연결 (1)

Business English for Connecting your Presentation to your Audience 1

에 다시 오신 것을 환영합니다 기술 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 표시. But at the end of the day, every single presentation strategy is designed for one thing: connecting with the audience. 사실로, 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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