Business English for Elementary English speakers
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Business English for Elementary English speakers

How to communicate basic Business concepts in English
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Last updated 5/2018
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 7 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will be able to talk about things in an office, understand the law and its relationship to people and business, read business articles, understand body language, make business presentations, use direct and reported speech, understand business ettiquette in foreign countries, and much more.
Requirements
  • You will need an average level of intelligence, an Elementary level of English, and the will to succeed to do well in this course.
Description

This is the first in a 2 course series of basic Business competence. This course deals with everyday matters such as vocabulary, reading skills, presentations skills and understanding a business article, and the second section (to come soon) concentrates on such topics as negotiations, job seeking, CV preparation and interviewing, finance in business, branding, and much more.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone with elementary English who wishes to do business with English speakers, or get a job in a foreign company, or emigrate for job seeking in business.
Course content
Expand 11 lectures 02:27:26
+ Introduction
11 lectures 02:27:26

In this lesson we will learn the English names of common office items, follow pronunciation, and build our vocabulary. The lecture lesson is reinforced by 2 exercises to complete vocabulary learned

Preview 14:07

In this lesson we will read about work hours in Sweden and what the conditions are like there. We will learn how to isolate important information in a text.

Office hours-Reported speech- Reading a financial article
16:41

We will consider the difference between direct speech and reported speech, and how to form both styles as shown in the article we read in the previous lecture.

Lecture 4 Direct speech
11:10

What powers do the police have and how do they enforce the law?

Lecture 5 The law- Its enforcement
14:15

What happens to a suspect after he is arrested?

Lecture 6 The Law- Judiciary and punishments
14:26

Learn how to understand the 65% of communication that is NOT verbal, and learn how to interpret what people DO as opposed to what they say.

Lecture 7 Body language Part 1
12:40

In the previous lecture we learned how to read facial expressions- In this lecture we explore the meanings of signals from other body parts

Lecture 8 Body language part 2
12:10

This lecture poses some questions about interpersonal actions in business and the solutions as seen in a western setting. Confrontational and thought provoking situations are presented.

Lecture 9 International business ettiquette
19:03

We will learn how to make an effective business presentation how to select graphics, how long it should be, what language to use and how to engage our audience with a simple formula.

Lecture 10. Structuring a business presentation
17:16

We saw the theory of making a business presentation in the previous lecture- Now lets see it in operation, using the theory we learned.


Lecture 11- Putting the business presentation together
11:32