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English for Business – Threshold Level [B1] [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 B1 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. Situations and Processes

2. Making Your Point
To make one's point means to make something a subject and express one's own position clearly. - This chapter is about expressing oneself in different situations.

3. Discussions and Arguments

4. Security Matters

5. Presentations

6. Office Talks
Sometimes you need to discuss a subject or a procedure with your colleague or colleagues. When you discuss it, everyone has an opinion, and often a different one. You take a look at all the ideas, and you briefly go through them with your colleagues. You browse ideas with them.

7. At the Bank

8. Work Idioms

9. Describing Situations

10. Apologies and Explanations
We all know our business etiquette in our own culture and in our mother tongue. We use certain structures, idioms and expressions intuitively. However, it is precisely this business etiquette that is not global. In the English language the word “sorry” or the phrase “I'm afraid” is used much more often than in many other languages. They are a certain business etiquette in the English language.

11. Work Tasks & Targets
This tense is called the Present Perfect. And in English, we particularly target the 'present' aspect of this tense. This is very different from other languages, where they usually focus much more on the 'past' aspect of the tense.

12. Dealing With Angry People

13. Talking about Schedules, Options and Alternatives
There are those situations where we need to coordinate dates or talk about options and alternatives. In many of these cases, we cannot avoid making suggestions, predictions and outlining possible consequences and alternative possibilities. This is the area where the conditional comes into play in English, the infamous ”if-sentences”. But don't worry, we're not going to cover this like we do in school, instead we're going to use what I think is a light and easy approach that will introduce you to the conditional very simply. It's simply about how you can assess a situation differently and communicate that to your conversation partner.

14. Giving Orders, Requests and Advice
’must’, ’have to’, ’need to’; Imparatives

15. Directions and Places
Prepositions of time and place are actually challenging for learners in all languages. In this chapter, we will try to show you a simple way to get a handle on prepositions of place.

16. Life Journeys and Experiences
The Past Tense – Past Perfect

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