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Answer to Business Chinese: Seven Popular Professional Job Titles Used in China

Jul. 12, 2019

Answers:
1. C
2. B

Analysis:

I.

行政部 (Xíngzhèng bù) Administration Department

人事部 (Rénshì bù) HR Department

财务部 (Cáiwù bù) General Accounting Department

市场部 (Shìchǎng bù) Marketing Department

Jīnglǐ: Lì Li, wǒ xià zhōu nǎ jǐ tiān méiyǒu xíngchéng ānpái?
经理:丽丽,我下周哪几天没有行程安排?
Manager: Li Li, which days will I have no schedule next week?

Lì Li: Nín xià zhōu sān dào zhōu wǔ dōu méiyǒu rènhé ānpái.
丽丽:您下周三到周五都没有任何安排。
Li Li: You don’t have any plans next Wednesday to Friday.

Jīnglǐ: Nà nǐ míngtiān qù bāng wǒ dìng yì zhāng xià zhōu qù Shànghǎi de jīpiào ba.
经理:那你明天去帮我定一张下周去上海的的机票吧。
Manager: Please help me book an airplane ticket to Shanghai next week?

Lì Li: Hǎo de, jīnglǐ.
丽丽:好的,经理。
Li Li: All right, manager.

What’s the most likely occupation for Li Li according to the dialogue?

会计 (Kuàijì) Accountant

秘书 (Mìshu) Secretary

销售员 (Xiāoshòuyuán) Salesman

工程师 (Gōngchéngshī) Engineer

The main responsibility of the secretary is to draft and sort out all kinds of documents, as well as completing other tasks assigned by the leader and all kinds of other emergency work. In addition, as can be seen from the dialogue, Li Li informs the manager a detailed schedule and buy a ticket for him. It can be inferred that she is a secretary.

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