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Vocabulary Useful for Writing Business Letters. By Kenneth Beare This sheet focuses on core vocabulary and phrases used when writing business letters or e-mails in English. This business writing reference can be used in English for specific purposes classes as a starting point for students who need to use English on an everyday basis for written business communications. Teachers are often not equipped with the exact English terminology required in very specific trade sectors. For this reason, core vocabulary sheets go a long way in helping teachers provide adequate materials for students with English for Specific Purposes needs.

English for Specific Purposes Core Vocabulary Lists English for AdvertisingEnglish for Banking and StocksEnglish for Book Keeping and Financial AdministrationEnglish for Business and Commercial LettersEnglish for Human ResourcesEnglish for the Insurance IndustryEnglish for Legal PurposesEnglish for LogisticsEnglish for MarketingEnglish for Production and ManufacturingEnglish for Sales and Acquisitions. ESL Intermediate Level Reading Comprehension: Problems with a Client. Telephone Banking - Business English Dialogues. Standard Business Questions - Standard Questions asked about Business and Variations. There are a number of standard business questions used when making general inquires into the nature of a company. The following dialogue covers a number of standard business questions. The reference section then provides variations and related business questions for a number of the standard business questions used in the dialogue. Business Reporter: Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today.

Manager: It's my pleasure Business Reporter: Who do you work for? Business Reporter: What does Springco do? Business Reporter: Where is the company based? Business Reporter: How many people do you employ? Business Reporter: What's your annual revenue? Business Reporter: What type of distribution services do you provide? Business Reporter: What sort of internet presence do you have? Business Reporter: Is your company public?

Business Reporter: What type of logistical structure do you have? Business Reporter: Where are your products manufactured? Standard Business Questions Variations: