Business English Vocabulary

I have just returned from a series of travels where I encountered a lot of second language English speakers: South Africa, Belgium and the United Kingdom. These speakers come from…Read more

Simple Or Progressive?

One of the most common mistakes with English in business is getting the present simple and the present progressive confused. The present simple describes things which are true NOW, but…Read more

Rethinking The Teacher

Over the years, methods of teaching and how we think about the process of education has changed a lot. This is especially evident in the sphere of Business Language teaching….Read more

Get It In Order

‘We have a meeting tomorrow’ and ‘Tomorrow, we have a meeting,’ not only contain the identical words but also are both grammatically correct. So, what’s the difference and why is…Read more

Ten Top Tips for learning a Language

Language learning varies from person to person and language to language. But if you read the literature, there are some very simple things you can do to make learning a…Read more

So, why are we learning English again?

Of all the staff development courses that a company can choose for employees to follow, language courses are often the hardest to motivate. For many people, language skills are kind…Read more