Work related vocabulary in Slovak
This lesson will teach you work vocabulary in Slovak. You will get familiar with people involved at work expressions and office supplies. Let´s start!
People involved at work
Let´s start with people involved at work:
Work related expressions and business vocabulary
Let´s have a look on a business vocabulary:
|a work, a job||práca|
|a dresscode||prikázané oblečenie|
|an opportunity||šanca, príležitosť|
|an appointement, a meeting||stretnutie|
|finished / unfinished||dokončený / nedokončený|
- Šéf očakáva výsledky. = The boss expects results.
- Šéf má veľa stretnutí. = The boss has a lot of appointements.
- Zamestnanci majú šéfa. = The employees have a boss.
- Spoločnosť má veľa zamestnancov. = The company has a lot of employees.
- Do práce nosím oblek. = I dress in suit at work.
- Idem dať prezentáciu. = I am going to give a presentation.
You can find these things in every office:
|a ducktape||lepiaca páska|
Let´s recap this lesson in a dialog.
The boss: Dobrý deň. Na dnešnej konferencii budeme hovoriť o výsledkoch dokončených úloh, konkurentoch našej spoločnosti a vašich problémoch. (Good afternoon. On today´s conference we are going to talk about the results of the finished tasks, competitors of our company and your problems.)
The manager: Ja ako manažér dám prezentáciu o nových príležitostiach. (Me as the manager, I will give a presentation about the new opportunities.)
The boss: Začnime s vašimi sťažnosťami. (Let´s begin with your complains.)
Karol: Ja a moji kolegovia, celý kolektív, by sme chceli hovoriť o zlých kanceláriach. (Me and my colleagues, the whole staff wants to talk about the bad offices.)
Adam: Ja neznášam pomalú a starú tlačiareň! (I hate the slow and old printer!)
Jana: Moja kancelária je fajn, ale mám priliš veľa stretnutí. Môj diár je plný! (My office is fine, but I have too many meetings. My diary is full!)
Anna: Bez urážky šéf, ale toto prikázané oblečenie je katastrofa! (No offence boss, but this dresscode is a disaster!)
The boss: Ďakujem za vaśe názory. (Thank you for your opinions.)
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