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    Language For Specific Contexts

    I'm having a little trouble with this can someone help me please.

    This is the ? /WHICH TENSES OR STRUCTURES WOULD YOUR BUSINESS
    LANGUAGE LEARNERS NEED TO BE FAMILIAR WITH IN ORDER TO TALK ABOUT THEIR.
    1. Routines and responsiblities

    2.Achievments

    3.Arrangements

    4.Decisions and plans


    I started with this.

    Present tenses-to talk about their daily routines."I write reports"
    Present perfect and past- to talk about their achievements
    "I have led the group for two years"
    "I presented information about our product ten times in 2007"

    HOW ARE THESE, ARE THEY BAD? THE OTHER I'M HAVING PLOBLEMS
    CAN SOME PLEASE HELP ME

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    Re: Language For Specific Contexts

    1, 3.: present
    2.: past
    4.: future

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