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The Business English Phrases That Most People Get Wrong

Have you ever found yourself cringing after hearing someone say they love a good expresso? Or perhaps your boss has emailed you asking you to back your work up on a hard drive ...
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Bloomberg News & Video Courses - Product Update!

One platform. One library. All the content. What if you could have just one platform where all your English learning happens? At Talaera, we’re working to offer you exactly ...
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The 30 common mistakes Germans make in English [+ Denglisch quiz]

If you think that you can use a handy to make phone calls or a beamer to project slides during a presentation, you might be speaking Denglisch.
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The 7 Ultimate Tips You Need To Expand Your English Vocabulary

What is the best way to learn vocabulary? How can I remember new words? What can I do to expand my vocabulary?
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Delight Your Customers With These Simple Communication Strategies

In the world of customer success and sales, communication is the most critical skill when it comes to landing your dream job and for your talents to be appreciated by your team ...
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60 Sales Phrases that will make you sound like a native speaker

As a non-native sales rep, one of your biggest challenges is communication. Your communication skills have the power to close deals or make potential customers walk away. ...
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100 Business Abbreviations That Will Make You Look Like An Expert

Ever noticed that your Slack messages and emails are getting shorter and -sometimes- more difficult to decipher? It seems that the language at work is full of abbreviations, ...
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Useful Answers to Business English Top Questions - Expert Advice

Each learner is a unique individual with very specific needs and skills. However, we have observed that some concerns related to learning Business English are more common than ...
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How To Learn The Difference Between 'Really' And 'Very'?

“What is the difference between really and very?” “Can I use really and very anytime I want?” “How can I remember when to use each?”
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