You’ve probably noticed that your company’s marketing team has a vocabulary of their own.
Don’t worry. Even native English speakers may not know what they’re saying!
Marketing uses tons of specific vocabulary to talk about the big issues.
To help …
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A recent survey showed that 92% of non-native English-speaking business professionals say that communicating in English is important for their jobs. Of course, it makes sense that almost everyone says that English is …
Twitter. Paypal. Groupon.
Do you know these companies?
Each of those sites began as ideas that turned into business projects.
Projects are used when a group of people need to organize a piece of work for a certain purpose. …
It is already starting.
Cold weather, snow, bright lights, trees and sweet treats.
It is officially the season to send holiday greetings to your customers and business acquaintances.
As you start writing them, you might run into a …
Why do so many business English expressions sound like they have nothing to do with work?
Take this example:
While talking to your coworkers about a big project, one woman says something about a “ballpark,” the place where a baseball …
Connections, which are people you have positive professional relationships with, are extremely important in business.
Connections are equally important for business English—but now I’m talking about a completely different type of connection.
Using English for business can be very …
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English is the most essential language for business success at the moment.
In big business China, more people are currently studying English than in any other country.
Recent studies have shown that …