Master 320 Common Business English Phrases

Master 320 Common Business English  Phrases

Master 320 Common Business English Phrases
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 843 MB
Duration: 2 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English

Listening & Speaking Practice in Business Situations

What you'll learn

easily understand your colleagues and clients, particularly native speakers
use appropriate phrases reflexively and naturally in business conversations
improve your pronunciation, fluency and confidence when you speak
master important English structures (Tenses, Modals, Connectives etc.)


You need to have an intermediate level of English or above, and have a passive knowledge of structures up to and including:
Tenses up to and including Past Perfect
Conditionals 1 & 2
Modal Verbs (shall, should, may, might etc.)
Connectives (although, however, therefore etc.)


Do you use English at work to communicate with colleagues and clients?

Are you comfortable reading work-related documents and writing short e-mails?

But .. Do you find listening and speaking, particularly with native speakers, a bit of a challenge?

Do you get nervous at meetings and on the telephone?

Then join me on this course to improve your comprehension and active usage of 320 common business phrases, and become more fluent and confident in business contexts.

Speaking naturally and confidently in business situations can sometimes be challenging. Nerves may take over and you may block, forgetting even familiar words and expressions, making both listening and speaking difficult. The aim of this course is to help you to review and fully assimilate 320 common business phrases to become more relaxed, confident and fluent in your daily communications with colleagues and clients, particularly when they are native speakers.


The course is divided into 8 sections, with a total of 8 video lessons, 8 sound files and 16 gap-filling quizzes.

Each section includes:

- a video lesson presenting 40 phrases to first listen to and write down (listening exercise), and then listen to and repeat (speaking exercise)

- an Audio recording of a dialogue or a presentation using some of the expressions you have learned and some additional business expressions

- a gap-filling quiz while listening to the audio recording to test your listening comprehension

- a gap-filling quiz from memory to test your assimilation

Who this course is for:

To join the course you need to have an intermediate level of English or above.
You should be comfortable reading and understanding work-related documents, and writing short e-mails.
This course is not suitable for beginners or elementary students of English.

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