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Is Business English a new dialect?

At times, Business English can seem like a different language. The individual words are clearly...
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How To Write Work Emails Effectively

Many people working in the UK lack confidence when writing emails. They will be excellent...
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British Business English

The rise of English to become the global business language has been a surprise. When I was at...
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What is 'Business English' ?

Business English began to raise its head at the end of the 90s. Globalisation, the spread of the...

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  • A Little Advice For Business English Students

    Mark Philipps Business English Teacher (West London) Picture Is English really not priority number 1? In a 10 hour working day does language practice regularly end up lower down the list? No problem: we business English teachers are not offended! Would you maybe accept a little advice? Let's try to simplify the process of language learning? After all we...
  • Learning English or French through conversation

    Patrick Blum Business English Teacher (Twickenham) Picture Conversational language lessons may appear an easy option for students and tutors. After all, it looks a lot easier to be chatting away casually, than sitting down to a formal study of grammar and accompanying exercises. But it isn’t. ChallengeIf a conversation in English or French, for...
  • How To Write Work Emails Effectively Editor's Pick

    Maria Beamont Business English Teacher (East Central London) Picture Many people working in the UK lack confidence when writing emails. They will be excellent communicators, work to high professional levels and be competent team players but the thought of writing emails can fill them with dread. One area that should be taken into consideration is work etiquette...

 

  • Winemaking In The Douro

    Patrick Blum Business English Teacher (Twickenham) Picture On a bright and unusually hot September day, the family are debating how to respond to a weather forecast of heavy rain later in the week. They must decide quickly how best to protect the vindima or wine harvest. Vines need rain, but too much of it at the wrong time spells disaster. Grapes...
  • Answering the telephone - Help Wanted

    Heather T Business English Teacher (Bristol) Picture Answering the telephone – Help Wanted! So many people are reluctant to answer the phone. Native speakers and non-native speakers alike, but with my non-native speaker students, this subject crops up all the time. They’re asking for help, so how can we help them? Predicting what type of...
  • Learning a Language

    Felicity McDevitt Business English Teacher (North London) Picture The best way to learn a language is to go and live in a country where it’s spoken. Then you are surrounded by that language and can absorb it naturally as you see and hear it used in context around you.  Even if you have no interest in learning, you are forced to come to terms with it if you...