English for Business Life – Elementary

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Communicate effectively in the modern business environment. The language you really need to do business in English – wherever you are in the world.
English for Business Life course presents the English essential for doing business in today’s global marketplace which focus on the language you really need to do business in English – wherever you are in the world. It takes account of international contexts, countries and cultures and a business environment where English is often used as the language of communication between speakers of many nationalities.

  • This course is designed for those who are required to communicate effectively in the modern business environment.
  • Stresses the core language needed in business life that will help learners to participate successfully in the global workplace.
  • Follows a progressive and comprehensive grammar syllabus, with the emphasis on the effective use of grammar for clear communication in business life.
  • Satisfies the requirements of the Common European Framework, BEC and equivalent global testing authorities.
  • The course book is written by experts in international business communication with a wide experience of teaching English for business in a range of international contexts who understand how fast-moving changes are affecting the language and skills that people need to be effective in the workplace.

Course Contents – English for Business Life: Elementary

  1. About you
  2. About your job
  3. About where you work
  4. Your business activities
  5. The location of your company
  6. The layout of your company
  7. Meeting and welcoming
  8. The first two minutes
  9. Partings and thanks
  10. Setting up a meeting
  11. Confirming arrangements
  12. Changing plans
  13. Dealing with the unexpected
  14. Explaining and apologising
  15. Making contact by phone
  16. Dealing with incoming calls
  17. Leaving and taking messages
  18. Email and telephone problems
  19. Drinks and snacks
  20. Eating out
  21. Outings and sightseeing
  22. Starting a journey
  23. Travelling
  24. Arriving and meeting contacts
  25. Gifts and saying thank you
  26. Checking facilities and information
  27. Shopping
  28. Your colleagues
  29. Your office building
  30. How things work
  31. Requesting information
  32. Staying in a hotel
  33. Booking conference facilities
  34. Organising a trip
  35. Hiring a car
  36. Returning home

Course Features

  • Duration 10 Days / 5 days a week ( Sun to Thu ) from 8 am to 11 am
  • Language level Beginner+ to Elementary [A1-A2]
  • Language English

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