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Memorise Key Words

Memorise Key Words

Marta thought she could speak English well, but at a meeting in NYC, this experienced Spanish architect could not remember the technical words she needed to describe a project. She felt badly because her prospective clients thought she didn’t know enough about her job...

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Back at Full Steam!

Back at Full Steam!

English for Business is back at full steam this January. We have already started with most of our Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia in-company courses while our phone + Online programme will begin next week. Therefore, if you want a top-of-the line English, Spanish,...

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Get the phone message right!

Get the phone message right!

It’s slightly past 6PM when I call one of our clients because their teacher has been held up in a traffic jam and will arrive late for her in-company class. Nobody answers, but I do hear their recorded message, which has several errors and definitely projects the...

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Explain Ideas Indirectly

Explain Ideas Indirectly

Tony works at a startup that’s developing a wristband that can instantly identify and count bacteria in blood. He begins his product description with these words: “A miniature X-ray sensor scans autoinducers and phenotypes…” I soon realise that Tony has a problem. He...

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