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English for Business Teacher Workshop

English for Business Teacher Workshop

At English for Business we have recently conducted our yearly training workshop, which was attended by our teachers from Barcelona and Madrid . French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Catalan and English tutors who work for E4B got together for this event, which...

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Introduce Yourself Properly

Introduce Yourself Properly

How you should you introduce yourself in a business setting? Mention your name, position and where you come from. Speak slowly when you pronounce your name and repeat it to help people remember.  Also, pause before you say it so listeners get a chance to grasp all the...

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Attack Your Weaknesses

Attack Your Weaknesses

Make your English stronger by working on what you dislike. We all like to work on areas that we enjoy but sometimes it's better to concentrate on what we do not like as that's often the fastest route to improving our English. Learn more on how to make your English...

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Magnify Gestures to Communicate Better

Magnify Gestures to Communicate Better

Improve your communication by magnifying gestures.  Listeners will find it easier to understand when you let your body create pictures of what you are saying, because most people absorb information better when they not only hear but also see what’s being described. ...

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Say It Again & Remember It Easily

Say It Again & Remember It Easily

Do you remember what you repeat better than what you say, read or hear? You might be someone who learns by going over things again and again. If this is the case, please read on:  Learn how you learn - Repeating by AD Miles

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Clear, Concise, Complete, Correct

Clear, Concise, Complete, Correct

Business writing should be concise, clear, complete and– above all– correct. Therefore, write things down once but reread and check them at least twice. Read on to learn a bit more about the four Cs: Better Business Writing - Four Cs by AD Miles

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