In this, the introductory level of the course, the student is supplied with the language necessary to carry out essential business communication.
Functions such as: exchanging personal information, describing jobs, giving instructions, making an order and basic travel expressions are introduced and practiced through guided role-plays, reading texts and open questions.
The student will use structures such as the present simple and continuous to compare and contrast habitual and temporary activities, comparative adjectives to evaluate companies, the past simple to talk about past habits and the present perfect simple to refer to the recent past.
There is also extensive practice in spelling, saying numbers and the correct pronunciation of new vocabulary.
Inglés de Negocios
A new colleague at work
What do they do?
Around the office I
Starting work - Where are the departments? (British version)
Starting work - Where are the departments? (American version)
A business lunch
Around the office II
What&rsquo,s my job?
A busy day at the office
Fire drill - There is a fire! (British version)
Fire drill - There is a fire! (American version)
The company secretary
Where&rsquo,s my pen?
Where is the manager&rsquo,s office?
How many messages?
Health and safety - An accident at work (British version)
Health and safety - An accident at work (American version)
How was the trip?
He&rsquo,s talking to the boss
What time is the meeting?
A guest at work
My last job
It isn',t working! (British version)
It isn´,t working! (American version)
Typical Situation. Office
Around the office III
An informal meeting
Making an order
Organising an agenda
A trade fair - Watch out for your competitors (British version)
A trade fair - Watch out for your competitors (American version)
Presenting a company
Dealing with clients
What went wrong?
Choosing a conference venue
Renting a car and van for a trade fair - Get good insurance (British version)
Renting a car and van for a trade fair - Get good insurance (American version)
Can I take a message?
Prices will go up
From start to finish
Taking a company to court - Is it worth it? (British version)
Taking a company to court - Is it worth it? (American version)