Expanding Your Corporate Vocabulary: Synonyms for Common Workplace Terms
In the fast-paced and dynamic world of corporate environments, effective communication is key to success. However, it’s easy to fall into the habit of using the same words over and over again. We’ve
How to write a formal email
We all write emails because they are fast, immediate and allow us to interact with our colleagues and business partners. Writing a formal email requires certain skills. So if you want to make a good impression
Conference calls in English. Part 2 – Phrases to use
Conference calls are probably the most difficult thing non-natives have to do in English. Our aim is to make communication easier for your business, so we’ve put together a list of useful words and phrases
Conference call in English. Part 1 – Preparation
The coronavirus epidemic introduced totally new rules for the business. Being in lockdown, we still do our best to keep the business going. That’s where modern technology comes in handy. Zoom, Skype,
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Presenting in English. Part 2. Useful vocabulary
Here is some useful vocabulary WELCOME At the beginning of each presentation, you should welcome your audience. Depending on who you are addressing, you should extend a more or less formal welcome. On
Presenting in English. Part 1
Many people try to memorise their presentations and speeches, but few manage to do it successfully. If you forget one word, you are blocked and the audience thinks that you are not prepared. So the trick
Making Mistakes. Part 2. The most common mistakes.
Last time we talked about how to avoid mistakes and how to accept them. Now let’s have a close look at the most vulnerable areas when it comes to talking English correctly. Incomplete comparisons When
Making Mistakes. Part 1
The very first thing to remember is that it’s difficult to avoid mistakes altogether. Be realistic: we all make mistakes from time to time, even when speaking in our own mother tongue. But as they say
The importance of being… a student
How to get the most of your English lessons? To be a good student, a lot depends on you. We’ve prepared some advice for you to be more productive, achieve a real improvement and reach your learning goals. Make
Grammar bytes 1.0 – Prepositions
Prepositions govern and typically precede a noun or pronoun, expressing its relation to another word or element within the clause. Prepositions of place At As a rule, ‘at’ is used to tell us the