12 SENTENCES TO INTERRUPT POLITELY

Would you like to sound more polite when you interrupt in a discussion or a meeting? Continue reading and find out how. HOW TO SOUND MORE POLITE IN ENGLISH (with Spanish translation) Whereas in Spanish there is a personal pronoun (usted) that indicates that…

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10 PRICE + NOUN COMBINATIONS

10 collocations with the word PRICE + NOUN. Infographic at the end of the post! What is a collocation? In grammar, we talk about collocations when two words or phrases are often combined together so they sound natural.  Some of the most famous and…

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TELEPHONE ENGLISH WITH INFOGRAPHIC

Useful sentences to speak on the telephone in English. Below you will find sentences and expressions to both call and answer the telephone, including leaving and taking messages. At the end of the post you will find an infographic compiling all the information. It's…

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BRAND – COLLOCATIONS- MARKETING VOCABULARY

Collocations (word combinations) with the word 'brand' - Business English vocabulary related to Marketing  Once you have chosen a name, logo or design to identify a product or service to distinguish it from the competition, you have created a brand (marca). In order to…

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PRESENTATIONS PART 2: MAIN BODY – BUSINESS ENGLISH

Useful expressions for the main body of Business English Presentations. English/Spanish In last week’s post we dealt with the beginning of presentations. This week we will look at useful sentences and vocabulary for the main body1 (main part) of your business presentation. En la…

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ESTAMOS EN PINTEREST! – WE’RE IN PINTEREST!

Nueva página de Pinterest.  New Pinterest profile. ¡Todas las infografías y recursos en un mismo lugar! ¡No te lo pierdas! All infographics and resources in one place! Don't miss out! PINTEREST LINK LEARN MORE! ? El blog trata otros muchos temas interesantes para ti,…

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PRESENTATIONS PART 1: STARTING A PRESENTATION – BUSINESS ENGLISH

How to begin Business English presentations: useful expressions and sentences and the structure to start your presentation. (Traducida al español a lo largo de la entrada) You will find a video regarding this subject at the end. Encontrarás un vídeo al final sobre el…

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27 Email acronyms – Business English

Email acronyms and their Spanish translations. Versión española tras la inglesa. What are acronyms? They are the shortened version of commonly used sentences and expressions using the first letter of each word. Although a few of them, such as ASAP (as soon as possible)…

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Employment and Recruitment Vocabulary

Employment and recruitment: vocabulary and expressions for personnel selection. If your daily tasks are directed towards finding the right person for the right job, recruitment (selección de personal) is definitely your field of work (área de trabajo). You may be recruiting (to recruit: (UK)…

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Collocations with ‘product’ – Palabras que pueden acompañar a la palabra ‘product’. Business English.

Collocations with 'product': verbs, nouns and adjectives that go together with 'product'.  What is a collocation? It basically means that we will find certain words together with other words with more frequency. Let's try a simple example: you will find it natural to hear…

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NEGOTIATING IN ENGLISH

Negotiating in English (negociar en inglés) – Useful Business English Expressions   Negotiating often comes after a lot of previous hard work. Reaching (alcanzar) this point could be the result of many different circumstances. For example:   Your potential client (cliente potencial) chose your…

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Describing trends in English – Describir tendencias en inglés

Useful vocabulary to describe trends mainly in reports and presentations. The ability to describe trends is a must for those of you who have to write financial reports, give sales or marketing presentations or stand in front of a crowd at a conference hall.…

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