2 edition of Business English Exam View found in the catalog.
Business English Exam View
by South-Western Pub
Written in English
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Who is this book for? Business Vocabulary in Use Advanced builds on the success of Business Vocabulary in Use. It is designed to help upper-intermediate and advanced learners of business English improve their business vocabulary. It is for people studying English before they start work and for those already working who need English in their job. This study guide highlights key point and ideas and has about questions about each chapter for "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas". Great to use for homework, to have them answer the questions as they read for clarification, or even use as discussion question.
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New International Business English UNIT 1Face to face Vocabulary EXCERCISE 1 Choose the best word to fit the gap. 1 It’s important to understand how other cultures behave so you don’t cause. A offence B problem C disaster D behaviour 2 In some countries it is quite to use the correct title when talking to business colleagues. This is a free Business English Exam designed for use in corporate assessment centres, to determine the extent in which a job applicant can function in an English working environment. It is mathematically correlated to the TOEIC and can be used to fairly estimate a candidate's performance on that exam.
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money paid to a bank for the bank’s services etc 3 branch n. local office or bureau of a bank 4 checkbookUS n. book containing detachable checks; chequebookUK 5 checkUS n. written order to a bank to pay the stated sum from one’s account; chequeUK. Teaching business English can be challenging especially for teachers who have not worked in a corporate environment but Busy Teacher is here to help with 93 business grammar worksheets that you can use in your lessons.
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