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Speaking. 1. Answer the following questions:
1. Answer the following questions:
(a) What is MIS?
(b) How could you describe the term MIS academically?
(c) How did business computers use in their infancy?
(d) What is MIS according to Philip Kotler?
(e) Do the terms MIS and information system confuse often?
(f) What does Professor Allen S. Lee state?
2. Ask your partner questions about:
(a) Management Information System; (b) payroll; (c) practical business; (d) people management applications; (e) statistics; (f) Enterprise Resource Planning; (g) business-wide strategy; (h) decision support systems.
3. Retell the text.
4. How do you understand the joke? Discuss it with your partner.
Three engineering students were gathered together discussing the possible designers of the human body.
One said, "It was a mechanical engineer. Just look at all the joints."
Another said, "No, it was an electrical engineer. The nervous systems many thousands of electrical connections."
The last said, "Actually it was a civil engineer. Who else would run a toxic waste pipeline through a recreational area?"
Adverbs of comparison are used to show what one thing does better or worse than the other.
When an adverb ends in -ly, more is put in front of the adverb.
"Marat did his homework more frequently."
The rule for forming the comparative of an adverb is if it has the same form as an adjective add the suffix -er to the end.
"Maral did her homework faster."
The following irregular adverbs are exceptions to this rule:
'well' becomes 'better'
'badly' becomes 'worse'
'little' becomes 'less'
"Ainur was better." "Askar was worse."
"To lose weight you need to eat less."
When comparing two things you need to put than between the adverb and what is being compared.
"Maral did her homework faster than Abai."
"Ainur did her homework more frequently than Abai."