Numbers in English

How to say numbers in English:

Numbers in English

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Find a tandem partner:

Here’s another great looking website that’s still in beta mode but which should hopefully work nicely. Sign up and give them a try! Let me know how you get on by commenting here 🙂

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Find a tandem partner direct from your phone

There’s now even an app you can use to find a tandem partner. It works on both Android and IOS so now you really have no excuse 🙂

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Tandem in Vienna

To find a tandem partner in Vienna try:

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Business English Writing: How to do a professional layout

If you want to know how a modern professional business letter/memo/fax should look like, click on the link below. Fully Blocked Style

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Presentations: Sales Revenue 2013

Can you describe the line chart here:

Sales Revenue 2013

Here’s a worksheet and ansakey that will help with the language you’ll need:

Describing Graphs & Gradients // Describing Graphs & Gradients Ansakey

And here’s one we did earlier:

line chart

You should also be clear on the difference between rise and raise. See a previous post of mine: rise / raise: what’s the difference?





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Meetings Mind Map

Here’s a mind map with verb collocations for ‘a meeting’ (e.g. open a meeting), three typical phrases for getting out of a meeting (= avoiding having to attend) and some meetings associated vocab.

Meeting mind map

And here’s a list of vocab and phrases that you can use at different stages.

Language for meetings


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