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In Company Worksheets – Upper Intermediate | Macmillan Business. 15 Business English games for describing your company and job | Teflnet. “Describing your company” and “describing your job” are notoriously difficult subjects to tackle, and few textbooks make these topics manageable and fun. Common problems include questions that are culturally inappropriate (“Why did you choose that job?”) , company structures that are difficult to understand and explain, and the wide variety in the amount of detail that […] “Describing your company” and “describing your job” are notoriously difficult subjects to tackle, and few textbooks make these topics manageable and fun. Common problems include questions that are culturally inappropriate (“Why did you choose that job?”) , company structures that are difficult to understand and explain, and the wide variety in the amount of detail that people might expect in an answer to “Tell me about your job”. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

In Company – Worksheets | Macmillan Business. BBC Learning English | For teachers | Talking Business. Business English and ESL Worksheets and Activities. Job Skills and Qualifications: A one-hour information gap activity where students interview each other about their skills and qualifications. This business English information gap activity covers a lot of useful vocabulary for working environments, yet grammatically it should not be too challenging for even beginner/intermediate classes.

Job Fair: A one hour job fair role-play where students are divided into employers and job seekers. The job seekers will go from employer to employer asking about job benefits and the employers in turn will ask about job qualifications. Banking Role-Play I: A one hour banking role-play that explores the expressions needed to do five basic transactions at a bank: deposit money, withdraw money, cash checks, exchange currency, and pay bills.

Banking Role-Play II: A two hour banking role-play where students are divided into bankers and clients. Would You like to Leave a Message: In this business telephone English role-play. Reporting Changes Role-play: Top 10 Websites for Business English Teachers.