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September, 5

Admission Interviews

September, 7

Open Day

September, 12

Admission Interviews

September, 14

Open Day

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Business English A2/B1

The aim of the course is to develop students' language skills on the pre-intermediate level. They should be able to communicate in the most common business and social situations.

What are you going to learn

  1. New business, Economic terms - To be able to talk about starting a new business; to learn selected economic terms.
  2. Time clauses, Dealing with numbers, Reports - To learn the forming principles and use of independent clauses (time adverbial type); to be able to read and write numbers; to write a report.
  3. Marketing - To talk about marketing.
  4. Questions, Telephoning, Enquiry and report - To learn how to form questions; to learn new telephoning phrases; to be able to answer enquiries and write a report.
  5. Planning, Talking about future plans - To be able to talk about planning; to learn how to express future plans.
  6. Meetings, International conference calls, Scheduling - To improve communication and writing skills; to learn selected linkers.
  7. Managing people, Verbs and prepositions - To be able to talk about managing people; to learn selected verbs with prepositions.
  8. Reported speech, Socialising and entertaining, Report, Requesting information - To learn the rules of indirect speech; to be able to deal with situations of socialising; to learn how to write reports and request information.
  9. Conflict, Word-building - To be able to talk about conflicts at work; to learn how to build words.
  10. Conditionals, Negotiating: dealing with conflict, Business letters - To learn the first and second conditional; to know which phrases to use in conflict situations, to improve writing skills for business letter.
  11. Products, Passives - To be able to talk about products and their features; to learn how to form and use the passive voice.
  12. Presenting a product, Enquiring about a product - To learn how to present a product; to write a report and a product enquiry.

How the course is organized

Full time study  

The course consists of 12 lectures, each lasting 1,5 hours.

Part time study

The course is taught in 3 tutorials, each lasting 1,5 hours.

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