Where would we be without construction workers?
We’d have no homes to live in. No roads to drive on. No offices to work in.
If you work in construction or are planning to enter this industry, you’ve chosen a …
A lot of people put their English level on their resume.
But not everyone can put a TOEIC score.
The TOEIC is your ticket to a stronger resume, more job opportunities and faster promotions.
Scoring well on this respected …
Modal verbs are the secret ingredient to fluent business English.
This might surprise you.
In fact, most native English speakers don’t even realize how important modal verbs are in office speech.
But think about it.
As we’ll discuss more …
Do you work at a hospital or doctor’s office?
Do you often need to speak English with patients?
Then this guide to English for hospital staff is just what the doctor ordered.
Let’s be honest, no patient likes to go …
Can you guess the second most-traded product in the world?
You probably have a good idea if you work in the oil and gas industry.
It is refined petroleum—which includes gasoline for our cars and other oils.
Oil and …
Have you heard the news?
You’re about to become the most informed person in your office.
And your business English will improve while you’re at it.
All you need are some business English articles to practice reading while getting …
Are you a lawyer, prosecutor or judge?
Do you work with a lot of contracts at your office?
Maybe you’re planning to purchase or rent property abroad?
It’s hard to escape legalese (legal language) in business and in life…
Fortunately for English learning professionals, there are hundreds of business English books designed for self-study that can help you succeed in your workplace.
You can easily become immersed in a book about professional writing or flipping through pages of business …