Do you want to be successful and effective in English? Now you can be. Get 6 tips to lead a successful meeting in English plus the most useful expressions.
Do you use English on the telephone for work or travel? Communicate easily & successfully on the phone with these useful tips! Plus a video to help you be clear on the phone & avoid a common mistake.
It’s the last question in your job interview in English and you hear: Do you have any questions for me? What should you say? Is it okay to ask a question in a job interview? Find out exactly what you should do plus 5 smart questions to ask.
Preparing for a presentation in English? Don’t lose your hard work! Finish with a powerful, unforgettable closing with these 3 strategies and key expressions. And download a free presentation checklist to help you prepare!
Writing emails in English can be stressful but it doesn’t have to be. Learn to avoid the most common mistakes in English emails and always look professional.
We all love to give good news to others and we often want to show that we are happy for our friends or family when they share good news. In this lesson, you’ll get all the expressions you need to do this in English plus a useful pronunciation tactic to use!
At work or university; with colleagues and friends; in a business meeting or discussion with your professor, sometimes it is necessary to disagree or say no. Today you’ll learn exactly how you can disagree with others in English politely with 3 simple strategies.
Use this lesson from the Presentations in English Series to know exactly how you should organize and share the main points in the body of your presentation.
It is always appropriate – in business & in life – to give bad news in a caring way. Be prepared the next time you have to give bad news in English with these useful expressions and advice.
Want to speak more naturally in English? Learn these 10 phrasal verbs we often use in business or professional situations. You will hear these used in business meetings, office discussions, or English-speaking colleagues.