Lesson Study Notes
Analysis of Business Documents 29
Agreement and Disagreement (Expressions)
Using Approximate Language - Study Notes
The A – Z of Redundant Phrases
Using Vague Language - Study Notes
Environmental Awareness - Study Notes
Writing Numbers as Words - Study Notes
Basic Customer Service Vocabulary in Context - Study Notes
The Language of Graphs and Charts - Study Notes
British vs American English: Study Notes
Confusing Pairs of Words
Punctuation - The Hyphen (-)
Removing Unnecessary Verb-Noun Combinations
Using And and But to Make Connections
Developing an Argument in Speech - Linking Words and Phrases
Due to vs Because of vs Owing to
Business Negotiating Tips
Giving Presentations - Survival English
Punctuation - Using Commas
Replacing if, Omitting if, if vs when, if vs in case
Using Modal Verbs in Polite Speech
Good Document Design and Structure
Spelling Differences Between British English and American English
Telephone Courtesy
How to Give a Good Speech in English
How to Start and Finish Emails
Problem Words and Phrases in Business Writing
Recommended Format for Business Letters
Tips to Improve Your Listening
25 Common Errors When Writing Job Application Letters
Getting the Most from Your Dictionary
Avoid Using Too Many Negatives in Your Writing
Comparison of Adjectives
Punctuation - Colon vs Semicolon
Business Writing - Vertical Lists and Bullet Points
Five Commonly Confused Pairs of Words
Which vs That
Avoiding Weak Sentence Starts
Telephone Answering Tips
Creating Vertical Lists - Using Bullets or Numbers
Achieving Emphasis in Business Writing
Job Interview Tips
Making Polite Requests
Differences Between British and American English - Study Notes
Punctuating Vertical Lists - Study Notes
Three Rules for Using Articles - Study Notes
Developing Your Vocabulary
Using Common Connectives
Using Common Connectives
While vs During
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