|–3. Working With Colleagues And Teams —
— 3.2 Asking For Opinions —
— 3.3 Explaining Your Ideas —
— 3.4 Giving Suggestions —
— Author: Komgrit Niyomrath —
— Reviewer: Benjarat Chalermsook, Krissada Chalermsook —
— Special Reviewer: David Benjamin Patton (US Native Speaker) —
ตอนที่ 6 ประกอบด้วยหัวข้อต่าง ๆ ดังนี้
|# Conversation 01
Mark: I know facts are important, but today I would like to know your opinions
Ted: Personally, I think it is good to do.
Tom: No way. We all worked hard on this project.
Ted: Oh! Tom, why not? We’ve used many open source tools to create our work.
Mark: Easy, easy there, both you guys.
Tom: Ahh! That’s a good idea.
Ted: Tom, how can you change your mind so fast?
Tom: It’s reasonable for me, Ted.
Ted: OK, I guess so. Mark has a good point.
Mark: Well, we are on the same page now.
Helen: Got it.
Mark: Oh! There you go again!
# Conversation 02
Ben: Hey Bob, I got an error.
Bob: I think you should take a look at line 120.
Ben: Got it.
Bob: I see you write a statement using variables ‘$a + $b’ and
Ben: W-Wait! I think I got it.
Bob: Ahh! You’ve got a point there.
Ben: I owe you one.
Bob: Sure. Working together is better than working alone.