February 22nd, 2017
Chinese Marketing Correspondence: Book Description and Preview (Supersonic Marketing Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina)
Supersonic Marketing Chinese Book 1 by Polina Shinkina includes 10 marketing letters with the detailed glossaries, vocabularies and exercises for the new words learning.
Texts and analytical exercises in this textbook are based on the best self-teaching practices and turn the Chinese language learning into the everlasting chain of the greatest pleasure! From now on any kind of e-mail marketing correspondence in the Chinese language will be a great pleasure for you, both reading and writing!
Your outstanding knowledge how to write marketing letters push you forward to the frontline of the super-experienced and the most precious office employees.
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October 5th, 2011
I'm about to graduate in May, but I still need to take a writing flag class. I am signed up for one this semester, but it is extremely tedious and extensive, and requires more reading than I have ever had to do for ANY class. So I might switch it to pass/fail.
Anyone know of a writing class (upper division) that is good to take? One that lets people from other majors take it, etc.
August 30th, 2011
Hi there! My name's Katy and I'm looking to recommend someone for a 12 month lease for a 711sq ft, 1 bedroom in South Austin. Rent is $846 and includes the following amenities: full washer/dryer, walk in closet, 9 foot ceilings, central air, dishwasher, garbage disposal, gourmet kitchen, microwave, private entrances (much like having your own townhome!), and track lighting. This apartment complex also has its own dog park, swimming pool, hot tub, DVD rentals, 24-hour emergency maintenance, gated entrance, community wifi/community business center, outdoor grilling area, a beautiful clubhouse with a fitness room, access to a kitchen which is always stocked with goodies, and a helpful, friendly staff. Many of the people that live here are college students or young professionals, so it's perfect for someone that's just starting out in the adult world. :) There's also plenty of restaurants, H.E.B, Walmart, Target and a cineplex within a mile, so there's lots to do without venturing out too far! Downtown Austin is a 10 minute drive away.
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Basically, I'm looking for someone to sign their own 12 month lease and move into my apartment. This does not mean you will be taking over *my* lease -- you will have your own.
I unfortunately need to leave Austin because I've found a better paying job in another city, but I need to recommend someone to do it! Help a girl out, yeah? :) If you'd like more information or pictures of my apartment, please don't hesitate to ask. If you could pass this along to anyone you know that's looking for an apartment, I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks guys, and I hope to hear from you soon!
December 22nd, 2010
So i need to find someone to pick up my lease before the start of the spring semester. It goes through part of July i believe. I have to find a new college to go to, so i wont be recieving all of the financial aid this upcoming semester like i did the previous one. The rent is $665.00/Month with utilities usually running around $20.00/Month. However, being that i am in such a predicament, i am willing to work something out to where i could send you $50.00-$100.00 each month to make the rent less on you. I share an apartment with 3 other guys. They're all extremely chill and nice. They put up with my partying all the time, but they never threw parties at the apartment. They pay bills on time, clean the kitchen when necesary, and have even folded my clothes when i left them in the dryer. We all have our own rooms with private restrooms. The apartment complex is called Jefferson West Apartments in West Campus. I dont have any pictures of the place, but if you visit www.jeffersonwestut.com, you can take a "virtual tour" of the room. If you decide to do so, my room is 300C. The apartment came with a 42'' plasma TV in the living room, and has several other amenities such as a 24hr gym (which is two doors down), a tanning bed, numerous delivary or dine-in food choices close, a nice outdoor pool with barbeque pits, table and umbrellas, and great neighbors. The staff at Jefferson West is super nice and are always throwing meet and greets with free food and prizes. It's one block from the UT shuttle on 26th and only a 5-7 minute walk to the UT campus. The location is nice and always has something going on. It''s a great place. If your interested, i hope you reply soon by either email or phone call/text message. My number is (409) 363-2400. I hope to hear from you soon and thank you for your time. -Cheers. Ian
December 7th, 2010
or somewheres in between
in dec or early january
I may be driving there and wouldnt mind some company- splitting some of the gas costs
July 21st, 2010
Ladies, gents and xulong
I've an important question regarding playing a sort of housing chicken if you will.
Does anyone have any experience signing a lease right before school starts in West Campus? I want to know how low those prices really can go...particularly those awful "luxury" complexes that will do roommate matching once they're desperate.
sign a lease now, but I'd rather wait and save a couple hundred dollars to make my massive college debt a little less painful.
Please and thank you!
July 15th, 2010
Amazon is offering a free 1 year subscription to Amazon Prime (Free 2 day shipping!): http://amzn.to/bSH8jP
This is being marketed towards college students but all you need is a valid .edu email address.
Now is a time that I wish I was still in college. Oh well, what can you do?
June 7th, 2010
I've been working retail for an 'in the meantime' job until I can get a more degree-appropriate one, but this year is the year I can no longer be on the family health insurance (and my current job doesn't offer any). So I would like to find another job that offers insurance--could be part-time or full.
Just wanted to know if any one could tip me in the direction of a business that had decent insurance? I have a lot of retail experience as sales associate, customer service coordinator, and lead key holder positions and my degree is in Creative Advertising (specifically graphic design and art direction).
Just thought I'd ask.
Sorry if this isn't the right place for this!
May 22nd, 2010
I graduated today, and I've heard that receiving the actual diploma can take up to six weeks... does it actually take that long? I need a copy by July 5 to send to an employer.
May 12th, 2010
does anyone have experience trying to count multiple internships for course credit in the business school? if so PLEASE let me know and let me pick your brain. this makes no sense to me.
hope everyone's finals go well!