Business English is a special purpose part of the English language. It is considered a specialty within the English language learning and teaching or a variant of international English. Many non-native English speakers study the subject with the goal of doing business with the English-speaking countries or with companies located outside the English-speaking world but which nevertheless apply English as a shared language.
Business English entails different things to different participants. For a group, it focuses on vocabulary and topics used in the realities of business. For others, it refers to the communication skills used in the workplace. In both of these cases, it can be also taught to native speakers of English
The aim of this course is to help participants communicate efficiently and effectively. Rules of grammar are discussed to improve communications both in spoken and writing business English.
Corporate managers, Business executives, personnel, Academics and Students.
- Introduction to Business English
- Writing CV and Letter of Application
- Job interviews
2. English Grammar
- Sentence and Text
- Verb forms
- The Infinitive, gerund, and participles
- The noun phrase
- Adjectives, adverbs, and propositions
- Sentences with more than one clause
- Word forms
- Analyzing communication
- Intercultural communication
- Information and communications technology (ICT) in organizations
- Business writing: planning and organizing (e-mail, letters, proposals)
- Effective writing style
- Effective business documents
- Effective interpersonal communication:
- Defining interpersonal skills Communicating face to face
- Meetings and presentations
- Idioms and Office Expressions
Each Topic is covered in two meetings. Each meeting is one and a half hour for a total of 15 hours.