A very difficult reading, not only because of it’s full of content, but also it’s handwritten
a nightmare for any non-native. So the strategy I took here was to read the questions first
then skim-read the text.
The questions are not too hard to decipher,
the first being if there was more work to do,
in which time-slot, only, could you 安排[ānpái] organise it?
So, look for a free time period!
From this diary 日历[rìlì]，what can you know?
A. Now, it’s Winter 四季度[jìdù](the fourth quarter)
a quick glance tells us it’s July. FALSE
B. The plans 计划[jìhuà] have not changed 变动[biàndòng]
Hmm, some plans have been crossed out FALSE
C. a contract 合同[hétong] has a problem MAYBE
D. Everything recorded 记[jì] is work affairs 工事[gōngshì] MAYBE
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9:00 met the general manager 总经理[zǒngjīnglǐ]
discussed 谈[tán] the fourth quarter budget 预算[yùsuàn]
9：40 （changed to 改[gǎi]到 Thursday）
机动[jīdòng]=flexible， time to deal with 处理[chǔlǐ] some letters 信件[xìnjiàn]
ANSWER FOR QUESTION 1 A. 9.20-10.20
10:20 Modify 修改[xiūgǎi] the article 条款[tiáokuǎn]
in the Canadian contract
ANSWER FOR QUESTION 2 C 莫合同有问题
NOW SCAN TO MAKE SURE D ISN’T THE ANSWER.
12:00 Notes on a business lunch
宴请[yànqǐng]=entertain a Singaporean 新加坡[xīnjiāpō]company 公司[gōngsī]
Go to the newly established area’s 施工[shīgōng]建厂[jiàn][chǎng]
which means construction site
to deal with a problem 处理问题
6：00 After work 下了班,pick up 接[jiē]
which means D. is FALSE