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English for Business Use

Our English for Business Use course will entail lessons in grammar, speaking, listening and reading. Participants will be provided with all the necessary resources, starting with books, articles from magazines and newspapers, as well as audio and video material.

In grammar, we will focus on tenses, syntax (correct word order in the sentence), word spelling, and usage of adjectives, adverbs, comparatives, as well as conditional sentences and much more. You will learn the major differences between American and British English. We will teach you formal business writing, the correct expressions used in an official company letter. You will learn how to write a CV, business proposal or any other correspondence directed to your colleagues, partners, and associates.

We will focus on active listening skills so that you would be able to draw as much information from the speaker as possible. In addition, you will hear different accents, so you wouldn’t be lost among the various types of English.

Reading exercises will involve articles and news excerpts that will deal with any business related subject. Through reading, we will learn correct pronunciation and build our vocabulary bank. The most exciting part of any language is the speaking bit.

Our program has a whole array of interactive activities that will help you speak elegantly, fast and with more confidence; exactly what you would expect from a serious and aspiring entrepreneur. We will have situational conversations, debates, oral presentations, and discussions. The themes of our conversations will be all related to business, so you would be as close to the real environment as possible. In listening, our aim is to get you acquainted with a real conversation as it would happen in an actual business meeting or any other corporate event.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Speak correct English, meaning, you will know how to construct a sentence with the right word order;

  • Know the difference between formal and informal speech and letter writing;

  • Comprehend a real business conversation at its actual speed; - Built a huge bank of business related words and expressions;

  • Develop confidence in public speaking and giving presentations;

  • Sound as a native or native like a speaker, with no or very minimal indication that you are a foreigner.

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