A telephone meeting is meeting over the telephone literally. Every attendants don't gather to the conference room but are in their desk. A presenter show attendants an agenda and presentations through the intranet and he speaks over the telephone wich we attendants can hear it.
If you imagine that it will be done all in English, you would also imagine that it's hard to catch up with to Japanese. That's true. And unfortunately, since we could not use intranet because of technical trouble, we did it by only telephone and power point today.
It is very difficult to catch up with to me because of two reason. First, attendants are all native English speaker. They speaks English very fast rather than my iPod. Second, I listened English through the telephone. Listening through it is more difficult than listening in face to face because I can't see speakers face or body language. So it is difficult to understand tone of speaking.
Overall, that is good experience for me and I decide to study english more harder.
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In my office, English is used commonly. There are many e-mail and document in English but, today English emerged suddenly in different situation. That was a telephone meeting. A telephone meeting is meeting over the telephone literally. Every attendants don't gather to the conference room but are