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30 English Expressions Used In Meetings

Have you ever participated in an English meeting with native speakers, and sometimes found it...
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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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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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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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  • 5 Ways to Measure Confidence Speaking English

    Steven Hobson Business English Teacher (Stockport) Picture “I feel fine communicating in English when I go on vacations, but I don't have confidence speaking English in front of my colleagues in work meetings.” Does this sound familiar to you? I hear this frequently when I meet international professionalsand ask them what their main difficulties are...
  • 30 English Expressions Used In Meetings Editor's Pick

    Steven Hobson Business English Teacher (Stockport) Picture Have you ever participated in an English meeting with native speakers, and sometimes found it difficult to understand them? Or maybe you attend English meetings regularly, but would like to express your ideas more like a native. An effective solution to solve both of these issues is to learn...
  • 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...
  • British Business English Editor's Pick

    Laurence Pritchard Business English Teacher (Bristol) Picture The rise of English to become the global business language has been a surprise. When I was at school we were taught French and were given the choice to learn Spanish or German. German, it was thought, would become the trade language of Europe was Germany was the biggest economy. This was back...
  • Lessons that are made for you

    Business English Teacher (East London) Picture The great thing about having one to one lessons or lessons in small groups is that you can have lessons that are truly made for you. Every student has their own needs, interests and personalities. In a large group it can sometimes be difficult to find that your needs and interests are being met....