Tesco Manuscript

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Tesco Speech

Thank you, please be seated, it is an honor for me to speak here for you today at the London School of Economics. As you may know my name is Tom Johnson and I am the PR assistant for Tesco, which is one of the largest retailers in the world, and that title have some expectations committed to it.
I am here today to give a speech for you about Tesco’s current situation, and how we plan to deal with it, as one of the largest retailers. With the changing consumer behavior in kept in mind.

If you come up with any questions during the show, you will have to remember them till the end, where I will be answering all your answers. Our last twelve-month have not been pretty, especially not on the bottom line. The past
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So you can order your food with your smartphone at the airport. When you get back home, your food will arrive shortly after. The virtual store will only have the most essential items. But at the moment it is only a trial.
Our Internet store is growing rapidly, everything nowadays is takes place on the internet. Therefore it will be a missed opportunity if we did not take advantage of it.

So to be able to still be considered one of the biggest retailers in the world. We need to change and follow up with the technology and how people behave. If we don not do this, we will not stay on the market for a long time in the future. This does not only apply the retailing business, but almost every kind of business out there in the world.

It has been a pleasure speaking for you. Thank you for your attention.

If you have any questions now is the time to ask them.

B Placer adverbiet (biordet) i parentes i sætningen og begrund den valgte placering. Anvend relevant grammatisk/faglig terminologi
1. The two students tried to explain why toast seems to always land butter side down. (always)
Always siger noget om måden toasten lander på derfor ligger det op af land

2. The professor could probably have foreseen the students' reaction. (probably) Ordet Probably ligger sig til ordet could som siger noget om at godt kunne have forudset det. Derfor ligger det sig op af


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