The most important time phrases and prepositions you need for business English. In, at, on, during, from, until, during, this, last, next…
Vis-à-vis is a phrase I have noticed once or twice recently. What does it mean? Where does it come from, and how is it used?
The Short Story
The pronoun can be left out when it represents the object of the relative clause.…
Business English students often have problems with the word ‘staff’. This post will tell you how to use it correctly.
If you listen carefully to a lot of native speakers of English, you will often hear phrases like: There’s people everywhere.
Is it bad grammar or natural English?
‘Into’ or ‘in to’? What should you write?
What’s you opinion? What’s your view, Mike?
How to use and say six useful phrases for asking for opinions. Vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation notes are given, and how using names with these phrases can affect their stress and intonation.
This video examines some of the most important phrases for emailing, why we use them, and what verb tenses are used.
I hope you find it useful!
What do you think? What’s your view?
This business English video presents six phrases for giving opinions in meetings and workplace conversations in English. Useful phrases are modelled with examples, and common errors are explained.