Archive | Business English Vocab and Grammar

12 Top English Phrases Used in Human Resources Today

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Are you searching for a job?

Or maybe you already have a job?

To start working, everyone needs to search for good jobs.

This search helps you find the job that’s right for you.

Companies do the same …

English for Economics: An A to Z List of Words to Know

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When I was younger, I just didn’t see the point of building one’s vocabulary.

Why use difficult, harder-to-pronounce words when short and simple ones can do the trick?

But of course, as I grew up, I realized the matter …

The 6-step Guide on How to Talk with Customers in English

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“The customer is always right.”

It’s an old expression that most English-speaking employees know.

Does it mean that no customer has ever made a mistake before?

Are your customers really always right?

Of course not.

But the idea is that …

How to Deal with Business Deals: The Basics of Negotiation in English

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When you hear the word “negotiation,” what do you think of?

For many people, the word makes them nervous and uncomfortable.

For others, it excites them and prepares them for a challenge.

Whichever feeling you get when you hear …

Business English Dialogues for Dynamic Discussions

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One of my first jobs was working in the office of a children’s museum. I can still remember preparing to participate in my first big meeting there.

I was so anxious because I did not know what to expect.

My …

Great Greetings! The Business English Greetings That Give the Best First Impressions

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You’re obviously going to be nervous when you first meet someone.

You always want to make a good impression.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re meeting a potential client, new employer or colleague.

And it doesn’t matter whether …

Master These 6 Areas to Rock Business English for Office Professionals

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You’re the star of your very own play.

You’re holding a script, which contains all the sentences you’ll speak on stage.

No searching for English words. No grammar mix-ups. No bad translations.

Sound nice?

It’s not that far from …

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