Archive | Business English Vocab and Grammar

Professional Phrases to Set Appointments in Business English


Does your life feel like an endless series of appointments and meetings?

That’s just how it goes for most professionals!

That’s why learning how to make appointments in business English is crucial to keeping your calendar and workflow in check.…

20 Ways to Say “Thank You” in English for Strong Business Relationships


A helping hand from a business partner.

A complaint from your customer.

An invitation to a global conference.

What do these have in common?

That’s right!

They’re all situations that could use a note of thanks.

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English for Logistics: Essential Vocabulary to Get the Job Done Right


The first time I was on a logistics team, I was pretty bad at it.

I was in school and we’d organized a debate contest.

We ran out of paper and didn’t have enough refreshments for our participants.

Then …

English for International Relations: A Glossary of 15 Key Terms


I’m not a political diplomat, but I can pretend to be one.

I mean that literally.

When I was in school, I participated in competitions called “Model United Nations,” or MUNs.

In these competitions, we held fake United Nations meetings. …

Help Your English for Aviation Skills Take Off with These 23 Words


When I was young, I wanted to be a pilot.

My parents got me a book on airplanes that described the different types of aircraft and how they stay afloat in the sky.

I remember coming across a whole lot …

20 Business English Contract Vocabulary for the Contract-Crazy Modern Age


Have you ever signed up with a phone service provider like T-mobile?

Or registered for a social media account like Instagram?

Or signed up for a health and fitness mobile app like Charity Miles or FitBit?


Learn 40+ English for Project Management Vocabulary and Expressions


Have you found yourself in charge of a project at work?

Or maybe you’ve been selected to be part of a team with very specific goals?

In either case, you’re going to need a lot of terms and phrases to …

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