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September, 5

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September, 7

Open Day

September, 12

Admission Interviews

September, 14

Open Day

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Business English B1

The aim of the course is to further develop students' language skills on the intermediate level. They should be able to communicate not only in common situations but also at work.

What are you going to learn

  1. Brands - To talk about brands.
  2. Present simple and present continuous, Meetings - To deepen the knowledge of the present simple and present continuous; to improve language skills for business meetings; to practice business correspondence writing.
  3. British and American English, Business Travel - To be able to talk about travelling; to learn vocabulary related to travelling; to lean words which differ in British and American English.
  4. Talking about the future, Telephoning, E-mail - To learn how to express future, vocabulary for phone calls; to write a fax\e-mail.
  5. Change, Past simple and present perfect - To talk about changes in business; to enrich vocabulary related to verbs expressing a change; to revise and extend the knowledge of past simple and present perfect.
  6. Managing meetings, Socialising - To be able to manage a business meeting and socialising in English.
  7. Organisation, Noun combinations - To talk about organisations; to learn new noun combinations including the principle of their formation.
  8. Introductions and networking, E-mail - To learn useful phrases for introduction and networking.
  9. Advertising - To be able to talk about advertising.
  10. Articles, Starting and structuring presentations, E-mail, Generalising - To know how to use articles; to learn phrases for a successful presentation.
  11. Money - To talk about finance.
  12. Describing trends, Dealing with figures, International meetings - To be able describe trends and changes; to deal with figures.

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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