Business English Fluency and Communication
Improve business English fluency and business communication skills. Learn more business English expressions or idiomatic expressions, and learn them in context. Here are five pages of business English expressions that you can use to build business English fluency. Vocabulary and expressions are key to improving fluency. Read and decide which expressions are more relevant to your business or profession. Personalizing vocabulary and expressions can help you learn to use vocabulary and expressions. Use business English expressions and improve business English fluency. This is the English language business. Pro ESL means Professional English Skills and Language. Let’s get down to business. What it comes down to is that communication is the key to success, so start working on business English fluency with business English expressions. Isn’t it about time you started? Time Expressions Business English – The common word, or idea, for these expressions is time. Here’s the English Grammar Resource page. Grammar is presented in a business professional context.
- Business English Expressions 1 Defined with paraphrases – Here’s a list of expressions that are paraphrased so that you can understand what they mean if you do not understand them already.
- Business English Expressions 2 List of 20 – Here’s a list of 20 expressions with examples.
- Business English Expressions 3 List of 20 – Here’s another list of 20 expressions with examples.
- Business English Expressions 4 Defined – Here’s a list of 46 expressions with definitions.
- Business English Expressions 5 Culturally Significant – Here’s a list of 49 expressions that occur in business English.
- Business English Expressions 6 Paraphrased – This is a list of sentences that use business English idiomatic expressions or expressions. The numbered sentences use idiomatic expressions or expressions, and the lettered sentences are paraphrased so that everyone can learn what these idiomatic expressions mean.
Here are three business English dialogs with some expressions that could be new to you. If you don’t know what any of the idioms, phrases, or expressions on these documents mean, then find out what it mean. You can do it. Business English dialogs are good to use for pronunciation improvement and practice. They’re, also, good for accent modification or accent reduction. Call it what you want.
- Business English Dialog 1 This quarter, the pressure is on. You have to make your sales quota, and it won’t be easy. Do you think you can pull it off?
- Business English Dialog 2 Your overseas shipments have got to make it out the door on time. What’ll it take to make that happen?
- Business English Dialog 3 How long will it take before you see the light? Think twice before deciding that saving a few dollars is better than getting product to the customer on time.
Business English Grammar Checks – Here are some grammar practice sheets. They don’t have answers to go with them, but you can still download them and give them shot. See how you do with them. If you want to talk about the correct answers or you have any questions, give me a call.
- Business English Grammar Check 1 – Correct the sentences.
- Business English Grammar Check 2 – Write the correct words in the space to complete the sentence.
- Business English Grammar Check 3 – Here’s some practice with articles. Articles are always fun.
- Business English Grammar Check 4 – Write the correct word in the blank space to complete the sentence.
- Business English Grammar Check 5 – Write a check or an x next the sentence that is correct.
- Common Grammar Errors Part 1 – If the sentence is not correct, correct it.
- Common Grammar Errors Part 2 – If the sentence is not correct, correct it.
- Error Correction 1 Tech Problems – Correct the sentences.
- Error Correction 2 Tech Problems – Correct the sentences.
The verb “learn” is not typically used to mean “get or obtain information”. Use the phrasal verb “find out” to mean “get or obtain information”. It’s important to note that not all errors have to do with grammar. This error has to do with vocabulary. I call it a lexical error. The verb “learn” can refer to the idea of obtaining knowledge, which is information. However, “learn” is not typically used to speak of obtaining information for a specific practical purpose. Learn and become knowledgeable. Get information and use it for a practical purpose, as in “Let’s find out”.
Incorrect: I’ll talk with the department managers and learn their employees’ schedule. Then we’ll know who could be available to provide training for this device.
Correct: I’ll talk to the department managers and find out what their schedules are like. Then we’ll know who could be available to provide training for this device.