072 Ask Andrew get answers pronunciation skills

​In part two of the mini-series “Ask Andrew, get answers”, Andrew shares with us some tips on how to improve our pronunciation and sound more native. If you haven’t heard of the “schwa” then you really need to pay attention to this episode as it will be a “light bulb” moment in your understanding of how […]

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071 Ask Andrew get answers The Passive Voice

​In this impromptu episode Andrew grabs the camera and shares with us some of the questions he has got from his students and listeners. In episode 71 Andrew discusses the formality of emails and how and when to use the Passive Voice in your work emails. If you struggle to hit the right tone and […]

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070 How to use adjectives and adverbs to describe change

070 How to use adjectives and adverbs to describe change Welcome back to another episode of The Art of Business English. This is episode 70 and today we are going to be looking at adjectives and adverbs for describing trends.  If you need to present facts and figures, report on change in your organisation, if you work […]

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069 Prepositions “on” + noun combinations

Preposition “on” and noun combinations Welcome to another episode of the Art of Business English, this is episode 69 and the third and final part of my mini-series on preposition and noun combinations. In episode 67 I looked at the preposition “at” with nouns, as well as explain how these combinations work. In episode 68 I look […]

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068 Preposition “by” with noun combinations

Preposition “by” and noun combinations Hi everyone, welcome to episode 68 of the Art of Business English podcast. This week I am continuing my series on prepositions and noun combinations. Today, I have a quick episode on the preposition “by” with nouns. If you missed last week’s episode then I encourage you to go back and take […]

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Why You Should Start A Business English Online Course

Why You Should Start A Business English Online CourseThe importance of appropriate and clear forms of communication is increasing rapidly as the world moves closer to seamless interconnectivity and globalization. As trade relations between companies all over the globe continue to grow, a common language is needed. English easily takes up the mantle of the […]

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50 of The Most Important Business English Expressions and Collocations

50 of The Most Important Business English Expressions and CollocationsDo you want to speak professionally and advance your career? English is the preferred language of business around the globe. The more you learn new phrases and improve your business English, the more demand you attract as an employee – it helps you climb the corporate […]

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10 Reasons Why You Should Learn English Online

10 Reasons Why You Should Learn English OnlineDo you fancy learning a new language but you have a busy schedule? Why not hit two birds with one stone by taking on the new language in your spare time through web courses? But first, which language should you learn/improve?We strongly recommend the language of opportunity, English. […]

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067 preposition and noun combinations with “at”

​067 preposition and noun combinations with “at”Preposition “at” and noun combinationsHi there, Andrew here again for another episode of the Art of Business English. Today I want to share with you some preposition and word combinations that use the preposition AT. These combinations will make a great addition to your vocabulary and of course they […]

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066 How to make polite requests

​066 How to make polite requestsHow to make and respond to polite requests It’s important to be polite when you ask for something. You can make a request by using:can you …?could you …?will you …?would you mind …?Here are some examples of how to make a request. Can youWill youCould you possiblyopen the door for me, please?would […]

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