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English for Business – Waystage Level [A2] [english|english]

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Über den Kurs

Sie lernen Englisch auf einfache, verständliche und vergnügliche Weise. Anders als bei sonst üblichen Lernprogrammen werden Sie in diesem Kurs geführt und begleitet durch einen realen Trainer, der Ihnen hilft und Sie motiviert. Sie müssen sich nicht selbst Ihre Lerninhalte zusammensuchen, sondern lernen in für Sie vorbereiteten Schritten. Damit auch Ihre aktive Sprachfähigkeiten nicht zu kurz kommen, finden regelmäßige live-Gespräche per ZOOM-Konferenz statt. Setzen Sie sich nicht dem Labyrinth von möglichen Sprachlerninhalten aus, sondern lassen Sie sich an die Hand nehmen. Wir führen Sie zum Erfolg.

What Will You Learn?

  • Englisch A2 in Wort und Schrift
  • aktives Sprechen
  • Englisch im Alltag und Beruf

Course Content

0. Introduction

  • 0.1 Welcome
  • 0.2 Navigation
  • 0.3 Helpful Tools
  • 0.4 Training Material
  • 0.5 Best Usage

1. Meeting & Greeting

2. Everyday Activities

3. Transport and Logistics

4. All Around the World

5. At the Office
In the office we are confronted with a wide variety of things every day. On the one hand, there are the usual devices and tools that we use and, on the other hand, the things that make up our job, i.e. services, products, etc. Reason enough to familiarize yourself with a few terms.

6. Asking Questions

7. Exchanging Information

8. Work Skills

9. Job Satisfaction

10. Money Talks

11. Expressing Feelings and Observations
Every day that we experience, we go through to a large extent with comparisons. Are we happier? Was that a good day? Have we had success or failure? - Emotions compare an actual state with an ideal state or a desired / longed-for state. In professional life, we are almost always under a certain pressure to succeed, which would not be possible without a comparative value, i.e. a reference value. There is no other way, we have to ask ourselves the question every day: "What am I actually comparing with what and with what result?" In this chapter we deal with the question of how we can name and describe differences. With regard to vocabulary, today we are dealing with a series of verbs that describe feelings. When you want to bond with people, be it for business reasons or privatly, then revealing some emotions, some feelings, is one key to achieve just that.

12. A Matter of Time
One of the most frequently mentioned uncertainties of learners in the whole range from A1 to C1 + are prepositions. Prepositions of place and prepositions of time. Why is it called "at the cinema", "in the taxi" but "on the bus"? Or: is it now “at the weekend” or “on the weekend”? - In this chapter we will help you to find an easy way to find the correct preposition of time.

13. Leisure and Recreation
If you really want to have a good connection with friends and colleagues, you can't avoid having a private word now and then. While you should be able to talk about anything with friends and family, it's not quite so easy in a professional setting. We'll show you ways to have easy and fun conversations.

14. Speaking of the Past
The tenses in English are so very important! So much more important than in German, for example. If you don't have the tenses correct, a conversation can quickly lead to confusion and misunderstanding. Thankfully, both present and future tenses are conceivably easy in English, but you should really master the past tenses in order to be able to argue your way skillfully in conversations.

15. Days to Remember

16. It’s All a Question of Quantity

17. About People and Things

18. Writing Persuasive Emails

19. Describing Facts

20. Word Order in Sentences
If you have worked through this book so far, then you have already accomplished a lot. You have a good basic vocabulary and can express yourself in different tenses. You also know about some business customs. In the last chapter of this book, we would now like to deal with a topic that can have such a positive impact on your English: The correct word order in English sentences. Even up to level C1, one of the most common mistakes non-native speakers make is to align the position of content in sentences to the rules of their native language rather than to the usual English order. But the correct order makes such an infinite difference to a native speaker, which is why we have placed this point, almost as a highlight, at the end of this book, in the hope that you can once again give this last chapter all your attention.

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