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Business English



After completing this course, you will be able to do this.

-Describe things and events in business English
Place orders in an English-speaking business environment
Discuss support in an English-speaking business environment
-Use appropriate tone and style in business English
-Perform public analysis
-Linking the public to the purpose and media
-Analyze and summarize business data

2 - Business English Communication Specialization.
This specialization is designed to teach you how to communicate effectively in English in a professional manner. You will expand your English vocabulary, improve your ability to write and speak English in social and professional interactions, and learn terminology and skills that can be used in business negotiations, telephone conversations, written reports and emails, and professional presentations.

3 Writing Professional Emails in English.
This is a course that will help you write effective business emails in English. This course is unique because each module will provide more professional email skills and lessons to improve your overall English writing skills. As a result, you will improve your grammar and vocabulary for writing emails, while improving your cross-cultural knowledge, making you stronger and more successful in business communications. You will learn different email formats and analyze tone, form and various organizational styles. You will be able to refine presentations, advertisements, requests and emails to apologize or modify requests. In this course, you will write and review 4-5 emails, complete various comprehension tests and review emails from other participants.

By the end of this course, you will be able to
-Improve your general knowledge of written English
-Understand the similarities and differences between different email formats
-Write more effective email phrases and text
-Apply various key languages in different types of emails
-See normal errors, such as correct punctuation and capitalization
-Tom and Learn forms in email
-Understanding how culture affects the appropriate content in business emails
-Write powerful business emails to meet professional needs

4-Present yourself in a business environment.
This course is part of a complete program, Online Business English. Through this course, you will receive a short course on the learning objectives. For further analysis of this topic, please take the full course.
At the end of this course, you will be able to.
-Introduce yourself, stating your name, position, company and city.
-Identify the job, company and city of the newly approved person.

5 basic strategies and skills.
( 1 ) Preparation. Plan your trading strategy
( 2 ) Negotiation. Use key strategies to achieve success
( 3 ) Closing. Signing the contract
( 4) Implementation and Evaluation

To successfully complete this course and improve your trading skills, you will need to perform the following actions.
A - Test your trading skills by closing deals. You can negotiate with local friends or use the discussions to find partners around the world. Your trading partners will provide you with feedback on your trading skills.
B - Watch short videos ( ) of 5 to 20 minutes. These videos are interactive and include a test of your understanding of trading strategies and techniques.
C-Take the final exam. To successfully complete the course, you must answer 80% of the questions correctly. The exams are domain exams, which means you can take as many exams as you need until you accept the material.

6 - Administration and Leadership.
You will practice the following required language and communication methods
-Recruit and train a team of professionals who will work together with integrity and respect
Manage and participate in well-organized meetings
-Be more effective on conference calls
Writing easy-to-read professional emails
The activities in this course will give you the opportunity to share your experiences and receive immediate feedback from other business professionals around the world.

7 - Business English for Cross-Cultural Communication.
This course is designed to prepare you to work in a cross-cultural business environment. We will learn about common intercultural theories and how they relate to everyday business practices in a globalized world. By combining all the vocabulary, reading, speaking and writing skills you have acquired in the previous three courses, you will learn the important role of language in cross-cultural communication. You will also increase your cross-cultural understanding and be able to use vocabulary, tone and style, and oral and written communication skills in a cross-cultural business environment. The skills learned in this course will help prepare you for a professional final business design seminar.


Teacher David
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