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BBC Learning English

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Big numbers! Introduction Lots of our students have problems with big numbers. Sometimes they don’t know where to say ‘and’. Sometimes they confuse numbers like ‘sixteen’ and ‘sixty’. In this lesson students revise big numbers in a fun way. First they play a guessing game, then they play Bingo! BE360 - First Job Interviews: Conveying Enthusiasm Free Resources: PDF Transcript | Quiz Hello and welcome to Business Skills 360. I’m Tim Simmons, and I’m glad you could join me today for the second in our series on your first job interview. In this show, we’re going to take a look at how to demonstrate a professional attitude during your interview. BBC Learning English - 6 Minute English / What do you buy when you're sad? <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href=" class="noscriptbanner"><p>For a better experience please enable Javascript in your browser</p></div>

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General English - Britain is GREAT London is the shopping capital of the world. Every year millions of overseas visitors shop here. But what makes shopping here so great? There’s only one way to find out. I’m off to do some shopping – follow me! At Harrods Business Idioms In today’s Business English Pod lesson, we continue our look at English idioms related to luck and opportunity. What do you say to a friend who is on his way to an important job interview? If you’re like most people, you’ll say “good luck.” But does your friend really need luck to succeed? Well, it’s clear that luck is not the only factor in success, but it does seem important in some cases. It might have been good luck that your friend saw the job posting online one day.

free worksheets for podcasts in english - the top English language learning site for elementary students Usually the worksheets are just for members, but these ones are free for everyone! Plastic Money. (level 1) Emily thinks there's good and bad things about using plastic money ► Download (1.8 MB, 3min 51sec)► Transcript► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks Household chores. All Business English Vocabulary Lessons All Business English Travel Lessons All Business English Negotiation Lessons All Business English Vocabulary Lessons On March 2, 2006, in Uncategorized, by BEP All ESL lessons for for business vocabulary and idioms. Podcasts are sorted by published date, with the most recent lessons first.

Listening - Intermediate B1 Chemist: Hello, can I help? Customer: Yes, my wife sent me here. I, erm, need something for a sore throat … and I can't stop coughing. It really hurts. Chemist: Do you have a headache too? Vocabulary Welcome back to Business English Pod for today’s lesson on debriefing a project. Every project has its ups and downs, its successes and its problems. But every company hopes it can get better with each new project, and avoid the problems of previous undertakings. So how can we do that? Shopping for clothes Shop assistant: Can I help you? Customer: Yes, have you got this T-shirt in other colours? Shop assistant: We’ve got it in white, black, red and purple. All Business English Podcast Lessons All Business English Podcast Lessons This is a complete list of all the Business English podcasts published on Business English Pod, starting with the most recent lesson. Click on a lesson title to view each podcast page.

Problems at the train station Station manager: Good afternoon. How can I help you?Makayla: Hello … Erm … yes. I’ve just missed my train! Station manager: Ah. Buying new shoes Shop assistant: Hi there. Do you need any help?Sam: Hi.