Saturday, January 06, 2007

Business English Links

Business English
Many if not most of you are studying English for professional reasons - to get a better job or to advance your careers. Here are a number of Business English resources for you to check out. Don't forget that every profession has its own specialized terms and language - also called "jargon." This list includes some glossaries but is not a comprehensive list of specialized glossaries. If you can't find a link to your own "workplace word needs" here, try an internet search.

  • Talk in the Office. Each lesson contains multiple sentences that you can click on to learn how to say that sentence.
  • BBC Business English. English for work and business: from writing a CV to job interview techniques, and from business travel to working abroad.
  • EnglishClub Business English. Business English Correspondence, Business English Vocabulary, Business Presentation, and Business News in English.
  • English for Work. Very good free online English learning materials for nurses, police, travelers, hotel staff, and airline staff.
  • Business English Market. The site provides an Instructor's Guide and Lesson Modules that include plans, exercises, and ideas.
  • Trading Glossary. Trading, Financial, and Business Glossary for traders of stock and investment market.
  • BizWeb. A web business guide to 46290 companies listed in 208 categories.
  • ESL Business Links. Tracy Schall's page for students and teachers. This web page serves as both a source of activities and lessons and as a guide to resources that may be adapted to business lessons for English as a Second Language or English as a Foreign Language.

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