Interviewing & Describing a Process

What is a solera?

In which row of barrels in the solera is the oldest wine?

How long does it take for a premium sherry to progress through the solera system?

How does the solera system work?

 

 

 

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rels in the solera is the oldest wine? How long does it take for a premium sherry to progress through the solera system? How does the solera system work? Describing a Process A solera consists of four or five rows of barrels stacked one on top of the other. The oldest wine is in the bottom barrels and the youngest is in the top. Wine is bottled from the bottom barrels which are topped up from the those in the level above. Those barrels are topped up from the barrels above them, and so on. New wine is added to the top barrels The new wine gets its flavor from the older wines and the quality and flavor is maintained. The process takes three years. Describing a Process: Connectors First, second, third… Next, Then, Before …., do …. After that….. After ….ing, …… The next step is… Finally,…. Describing a Process A solera consists of four or five rows of barrels stacked one on top of the other. The oldest wine is in the bottom barrels and the youngest is in the top. Wine is bottled from the bottom barrels which are topped up from the those in the level above. Those barrels are topped up from the barrels above them, and so on. New wine is added to the top barrels The new wine gets its flavor from the older wines and the quality and flavor is maintained. The process takes three years. Describing a Process A solera consists of four or five rows of barrels stacked one on top of the other. The oldest wine is in the bottom barrels and the youngest is in the top. When wine is needed for bottling, it is taken from the bottom barrels. These barrels are then topped up from the barrels in the level above. In their turn, those barrels get topped up from the barrels above them, and so on. Finally, new wine is added to the top barrels This means the new wine gets its flavor from the older wines and the quality and flavor is maintained. The entire process takes three years. After that we take the olives to an olive press. Before pressing the olives we wash them and remove the leaves. We spread a large net or canvas sheet under the olive tree, and we shake the tree to make the olives fall. Then we collect the olives and put them into large baskets. We harvest the olives at the end of August. We make virgin olive oil from the first pressing. To qualify as virgin olive oil , we have to press the olives within 72-hours of harvesting. We use two types of olive press: the preparatory press, which we use to extract the first oil from the olives, and the final press, which we use to press the olives more thoroughly. We refine and blend the oil which we obtain from the final pressing and then sell it as blended olive oil. D. We harvest the olives at the end of August. A. After that we take the olives to an olive press. Before pressing the olives we wash them and remove the leaves. B. We spread a large net or canvas sheet under the olive tree, and we shake the tree to make the olives fall. C. Then we collect the olives and put them into large baskets. E. We make virgin olive oil from the first pressing. To qualify as virgin olive oil , we have to press the olives within 72-hours of harvesting. F. We use two types of olive press: the preparatory press, which we use to extract the first oil from the olives, and the final press, which we use to press the olives more thoroughly. G. We refine and blend the oil which we obtain from the final pressing and then sell it as blended olive oil. We harvest the olives at the end of August. B. We spread a large net or canvas sheet under the olive tree, and we shake the tree to make the olives fall. A. After that we take the olives to an olive press. Before pressing the olives we wash them and remove the leaves. C. Then we collect the olives and put them into large baskets. E. We make virgin olive oil from the first pressing. To qualify as virgin olive oil , we have to press the olives within 72-hours of harvesting. F. We use two types of olive press: the preparatory press, which we use to extract the first oil from the olives, and the final press, which we use to press the olives more thoroughly. G. We refine and blend the oil which we obtain from the final pressing and then sell it as blended olive oil. We harvest the olives at the end of August. We spread a large net or canvas sheet under the olive tree, and we shake the tree to make the olives fall. Then we collect the olives and put them into large baskets. A. After that we take the olives to an olive press. Before pressing the olives we wash them and remove the leaves. E. We make virgin olive oil from the first pressing. To qualify as virgin olive oil , we have to press the olives within 72-hours of harvesting. F. We use two types of olive press: the preparatory press, which we use to extract the first oil from the olives, and the final press, which we use to press the olives more thoroughly. G. We refine and blend the oil which we obtain from the final pressing and then sell it as blended olive oil. We harvest the olives at the end of August. We spread a large net or canvas sheet under the olive tree, and we shake the tree to make the olives fall. Then we collect the olives and put them into large baskets. A. After that we take the olives to an olive press. Before pressing the olives we wash them and remove the leaves. We use two types of olive press: the preparatory press, which we use to extract the first oil from the olives, and the final press, which we use to press the olives more thoroughly. E. We make virgin olive oil from the first pressing. To qualify as virgin olive oil , we have to press the olives within 72-hours of harvesting. G. We refine and blend the oil which we obtain from the final pressing and then sell it as blended olive oil. Describing a Process Describe your job to a group of students. Describe a planned project to a group of investors. Describe a project’s progress to your superior. Interviewing Sherry is produced in several different areas of Spain. Nearly three quarters of the production is exported. Britain is the biggest export market today. Most of the big sherry companies are Spanish-owned. The sherry producers want to attract younger markets. Interviewing Sherry is produced in several different areas of Spain. Nearly three quarters of the production is exported. Britain is the biggest export market today. Most of the big sherry companies are Spanish-owned. The sherry producers want to attract younger markets. False Interviewing Sherry is produced in several different areas of Spain. Nearly three quarters of the production is exported. Britain is the biggest export market today. Most of the big sherry companies are Spanish-owned. The sherry producers want to attract younger markets. False True Interviewing Sherry is produced in several different areas of Spain. Nearly three quarters of the production is exported. Britain is the biggest export market today. Most of the big sherry companies are Spanish-owned. The sherry producers want to attract younger markets. False True False Interviewing Sherry is produced in several different areas of Spain. Nearly three quarters of the production is exported. Britain is the biggest export market today. Most of the big sherry companies are Spanish-owned. The sherry producers want to attract younger markets. False True False False Interviewing Sherry is produced in several different areas of Spain. Nearly three quarters of the production is exported. Britain is the biggest export market today. Most of the big sherry companies are Spanish-owned. The sherry producers want to attract younger markets. False True False False True Interviewing: Introducing a topic Could I start by asking you about… Perhaps I could ask you first about… I wonder if you could tell me about… Could we talk about… now? Decide on the topic of the interview long in advance and draw up and outline of how you expect the interview to go. Plan your questions including small talk to relax your interview subject. Then use the following to indicate it is time to “get down to business” Interviewing: Statement Questions I imagine…( a lot of the sherry that’s produced is exported). Is that the case? So…(all sherry comes from this area)? So if…(70% is exported), then…(only 30% is drunk in Spain? Use these questions to show the interviewee that you have done your research. It can also show that you are interested in the topic. Interviewing: Asking for More Information You say…(tastes are changing). Could you explain in what way? Earlier you referred to…(the Solera system). Could you describe/explain how… (it works)? You said…(a new image was needed). Could you expand on that? Interviewing: Asking for Clarification By… do you mean…? Could you explain what you mean by? Make sure you understand what the interviewee means by asking him/her to explain new concepts to you in detail. Do not assume you know what he/she means. Interviewing: Outlining Objectives Compile a report Investigate investment potential/performance Learn new techniques or principles Existing knowledge Do research using various sources Questions Select questions based on your research and objectives. They are just the starting point. Be prepared to change your plans if the situation you find is not what you expected. Interviewing: Process Decide how you will record the answers. Depending on the situation, electronic devices can be more of a barrier than they are worth. Make sure you record the answers accurately and understand your respondent’s remarks. Interviewing: Handling the Media Never trust a journalist. Never answer a question using a but statement. Keep your comments short – remember soundbites are important Be a good source of information to the press so they come to you first. Be on good terms with key reporters. They will tip you off of any investigative stories you might want to avoid. Watch what you wear on TV. Interviewing Interview your partner about their job or hobby. Record your partner’s answers. Report your interview results to the class. 

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