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Growing Demand for English for Specific Purposes-Business English for Specific Purposes-Business (ESP-Business, also referred to as English for Business Purposes, or EBP) is a dynamic, growing field in the world of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). With the globalization of trade, companies, universities, and individuals are increasingly turning to educational specialists from the field of ESP-Business to develop and provide high quality learning opportunities in language and communication skills. At the same time, the need for technological competence in business is expanding. Far-reaching innovations in technology and telecommunications have rendered the global marketplace of today's "Information Age" an ever-expanding world of networked businesses, stock market ups and downs, news agencies, trade associations, and country/regional information.
business (noun): 1 commercial activity; a commercial organization. 2 somebody's regular occupation; work to be done or things to be attended to. 3 somebody's concern. OTHER WORDS: businessman / businesswoman (noun); businesslike (adjective); busy (adjective) Business Letters in English How to write business letters and other correspondence in English. Includes memos and emails. Sample Business Letters A selection of business letter samples, including email and memo, that you can amend and use as you wish. Business Presentations and Public Speaking in English
American Business Jargon Alphabetical listing of American business vocabulary. Business English for Teachers and Learners This page was developed for a presentation on September 20, 1997, called "Business, Breakfast and the Internet" by Linda Thalman. Highly recommended! Business English Recipes Games and problem-solving activities are taken from Business English Recipes by Judy Irigoin and Bonny Tsai. Business English Special Interest Group of IATEFL The home page of the Business English Special Interest Group of IATEFL, the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
1. Tell a story. You do your research in categories, i.e. competition, the market... But the client will understand more quickly if you organize the information to support your overall message.