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会社の説明をしてみよう

Talking about your company
自分の会社の専門分野、特徴に関して会話を進めていくことは勿論のこと、海外の会社と日本の会社システム(部署や営業時間、休み等)の違い等も前もって分かっていると会話も弾むことでしょう。
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What company do you work for?
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What company do you work for?

I work for the foreign affiliated pharmaceutical company and be in charge of Quality Assurance. It has took only four months since I joined in current company. Before, I worked in the same industry and was in charge of Quality Control. At that time, experiment was the most of my duties. It was fun to produce high quality drug products for me, but I needed to transfer because of my marriage. It made me a little uncertain to change my work. But currently I'm satisfied with my new workplace and colleagues. I believe that my future is great.

自然な表現

I work for a foreign-affiliated pharmaceutical company and I am in charge of Quality Assurance. It has taken only four months since I joined    the current company. Before, I worked in the same industry and was in charge of Quality Control. At that time, experiments were what I did the most. It was fun to produce high-quality drug products for me, but I needed to transfer because of my marriage. It made me a little uncertain about changing my work. However, currently I'm satisfied with my new workplace and colleagues. I believe that my future is great.

1. "a" is the indefinite article that you should use when mentioning a countable noun for the first time.
2. & 9. Add a hyphen to join words to indicate that they have a combined meaning.
3. Use the linking verb "am" and the pronoun "I". “am” is a linking verb used to link ideas. Linking verbs give you more information about the subject.
4. Use "taken" to form the past participle.
5. I removed "in" because it was redundant.
6. "the" is a definite article used when referring to something specific.
7. Use plurals when talking about things in general.
8. This is a clearer way of expressing what you were saying.
10. A gerund (verb + ing) acts as a noun in a sentence. In this case, use the gerund form.
11. We don't start sentences using conjunctions. In this case, "but" is a conjunction that is why I removed it.
I see. I do understand what you mean. What is the name of the company you are currently working for?

The name is Eli Lilly. We have many high quality medicines that contribute to health of a number of people. An expert field focused by us is diabetes. Trulicity which is our vital portfolio is ranked in the top 20 of the most selling medicines all of the world in 2020. There are also many great medicines other than it. I'm proud of joining this company because my duty assures the quality of all medicines. It means that I can contribute to many people to live well for a long time.

自然な表現

The name is Eli Lilly. We have many high-quality medicines that contribute to the health of a number of people. An expert field we focus on is diabetes. Trulicity which is our vital portfolio was ranked in the top 20 of the most selling medicines in the whole world in 2020. There are also many great medicines other than it. I'm proud of joining this company because my duty assures the quality of all medicines. It means that I can contribute to many people to live well for a long time.

1. Add a hyphen to join words to indicate that they have a combined meaning.
2. "the" is a definite article used when referring to something specific.
3. & 6. These are clearer ways of expressing what you were saying.
4. Use past tenses when reporting on events that occurred.
5. Use the preposition "in" to indicate a location.
Oh, I see. That is quite interesting. Is your company collaborative, or do most people work independently?

Our company says that collaboration is very important. Because it is not possible to make great achievement with out helping each other. For example, drug product shipment is achieved with many department assistance like quality, production, supply chain and so on. This thought is common in our industry I think. When worked in previous job, they also said that it was one of their most important culture, and it was actually done. For collaborating with others anytime, I usually make a communication and make friend with my colleagues.

自然な表現

Our company says that collaboration is very important.    It is not possible to make great achievements without helping each other. For example, drug product shipment is achieved with many department assistance like quality, production, supply chain and so on. This thought is common in our industry I think. At my previous job, they also said that it was one of their most important cultures, and it was actually done. For collaborating with others at any time, I usually communicate and make friends with my colleagues.

1. We don't start sentences using conjunctions. In this case, "because" is a conjunction that is why I removed it.
2. Use plurals when talking about things in general.
3. "without" is correctly written as one word.
4. This is a clearer way of expressing what you were saying. Another way of saying it is, "When I worked at my previous job..."
5. The phrase "one of" is used with plural nouns to indicate a thing out of a group of many things. In this case, use the plural noun "cultures."
6. Use the preposition "at" to indicate time; for example, meet me at 5 p.m. tomorrow.
7. "anytime" is an adverb that means whenever while "any time" is a noun phrase that can be used with prepositions (e.g., at any time). In this case, use "any time" since we used the preposition "at."
8. Use the present tense verb "communicate" to indicate timeless events.
9. Use plurals when talking about things in general.
Impressive indeed! How many people are on the team currently? How would you describe the team's dynamic?

First, we have seven members in our team. But usually it is not able to avoid work with other team members. In some cases, more than fifty colleagues are involved in our achievement. Second, to be honest I'm not sure about "dynamic", but I think this means likely our performance. it is able to be described as so cooperative. Our boss is always concerning about our workload. If someone's workload is much, he organize our team. As a result of it, we can help the others assigned much workload, and finally we can make great achievement with stress-free.

自然な表現

First, we have seven members in our team. However, usually we can't avoid work with other team members. In some cases, more than fifty colleagues are involved in our achievement. Second, to be honest I'm not sure about "dynamic", but I think this likely means our performance. It is able to be described as so cooperative. Our boss is always concerned about our workload. If someone's workload is much, he organizes our team. As a result of it, we can help the others assigned much workload, and finally we can make great achievements    stress-free.

1. We don't start sentences using conjunctions. In this case, "but" is a conjunction that is why I removed it.
2. The phrase "it is not able" doesn't mention what you are referring to. Use the phrase "we can't" to indicate that you are referring to your team members and yourself.
3. This is the correct word order.
4. Always begin new sentences using an initial capital letter.
5. Use "concerned" when referring to being worried, troubled, or anxious.
6. A singular subject (she, Bill, car) takes a singular verb (is, goes, shines), whereas a plural subject takes a plural verb. In this case, the singular subject "he" takes the singular verb "organizes."
7. Use plurals when talking about things in general.
8. I removed "with" because it was redundant.
Impressive! How frequently are employees reviewed formally? Are there incentive measures for employees?

We review our performance at the end of the year. Plus, briefly performance review is scheduled by quarterly. Our goal is set at the first of the year, and it may be adjusted in quarterly considering our performance at that time. Finally my boss check whether my year goal is achieved or not in year-end review. Although we can't get directly incentive like additional salary, my regular salary will increase in the following year if I surpass the expectations of my boss. I hope my salary will be increased as soon as possible.

自然な表現

We review our performance at the end of the year. Also, a brief performance review is scheduled    quarterly. Our goal is set at the first of the year, and it may be adjusted    quarterly considering our performance at that time. Finally my boss checks whether my year goal is achieved or not in the year-end review. Although we can't get direct incentives like additional salary, my regular salary will increase in the following year if I surpass the expectations of my boss. I hope my salary will be increased as soon as possible.

1. We don't start sentences using conjunctions. In this case, "plus" is a conjunction that is why I removed it.
2. "a" is the indefinite article that you should use when mentioning a countable noun for the first time.
3. & 8. Use adjectives instead of adverbs.
4. & 5. I removed these words because they were redundant.
6. A singular subject (she, Bill, car) takes a singular verb (is, goes, shines), whereas a plural subject takes a plural verb. In this case, the singular subject "my boss" takes the singular verb "checks."
7. "the" is a definite article used when referring to something specific.
9. Use plurals when talking about things in general.
  • manufacturer(製造業者、メーカー)
  • manufacture(製造する)
  • salespeople(販売員)
  • sales department(販売部、販売課)
  • colleagues(同僚、仕事仲間)
  • solo work(単独作業)
  • employee(従業員)
  • I work as an engineer.(私はエンジニアとして働いています。)
  • I work for a chemical manufacturer.(私は化学メーカーに勤務しています。)
  • How long have you been working at your company?(その会社ではもうどれぐらい働いているんですか? )
  • Do you work long hours?(長時間働いているのですか?)
  • Do you often go on business trips overseas?(海外出張へよく行かれますか?)
  • What do you like most about (your job)?(社内でのあなたの役割はなんですか?)
  • There are many services, such as live streaming, that have helped people communicate with one another.(ライブ配信など、人と人とのコミュニケーションに役立つサービスはたくさんあります。)

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