Category Archives for Vocabulary

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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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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064 Words with similar spelling and pronunciation but different meaning

Words with similar pronunciation and spelling but different meaningHi there! Welcome back to another episode of the art of business English, well this week I do have a quick episode for you and it’s on a common problem that people often have with knowing the difference between certain pronunciation and certain spelling of words that […]

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