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insomnia please release me Jun 7
inspired me to switch my account in English language. As I have a lot to do for my Business English course zachёt, I decided to practice it here. Sorry to anyone affected by it.
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KimGriffiths English Mar 20
How are you telephone English skills? Do you understand all this vocabulary?
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Fiona Talbot 1h
The countdown begins… Getting close to revealing some exciting news about the world of and helping businesses succeed !
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Your London Tutor Jul 8
“Even after the first lesson, I felt much more confident in my communication skills.” Michele, Head of Customer Development at Fresh4Cast
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Your London Tutor Jul 29
These days, you will see this word a lot but do you know what it means and do you also know how to pronounce it?
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Heidi Dent Feb 24
Have to say I always love seeing Shakespearean or other classic literature quotes when reading business books 📚
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Quotes and proverbs Jul 14
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Consultora de inglés de negocios Go-Getter Aug 15
Studying on Quizlet: Politics and Economy - Argentina 2019
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Helene Combe May 14
Is it a bad thing to say that I would be lost without coursebooks? Does that make me a lazy teacher? I feel sometimes bad because of it but it’s so helpul!
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Joe Willcox May 15
I’ll be on Friday and Saturday. Meet me at 18.45 for session on how can help your students write in English more confidently and accurately. As an aside, I’m really interested in connecting with Catalonia-based teachers at the event.
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Study English With Chris Jun 5
Business English tips - dealing with a complaint.
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Phrasal Verb Demon Jul 29
DRIVE DOWN.- reduce 📉Competition will drive down margins. Learn at
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BM English Speaking Jun 12
BM English Speaking Mini Video #55 How does an organization train employees to have a friendly, polite and happy attitude?
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Black Market English Jul 14
👩‍🏫WORD OF THE WEEK: To task with (phrasal verb, separable) Be sure to mind the details: 🧠 Grammar note: to task + someone + WITH + something / DOING something (active) 🧠Grammar note: to be tasked + WITH + something / DOING something (passive)
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Speak Write Play May 21
Another company just announced that it has gone ___. The state of our economy is in danger.
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Step Up Your English! May 18
If you’re a successful business person, it is because you: 🌐KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL 🌐THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX 🌐BURN THE CANDLE AT BOTH ENDS 🌐are AHEAD OF THE CURVE/PACK 🌐THINK ON YOUR FEET 🌐GO THE EXTRA MILE Any more suggestions?
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Step Up Your English! May 5
to | = to join a conversation or discussion by saying sth 🖌 «Can I ❓ here and make a suggestion about the measures you are proposing?»
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Benvindo Lusende Jakelina Aug 23
If i know inside out, i will be successful at job interview? because i once failed and i said better luck next time.
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Busy Teacher Jul 1
Perfect for adult ESL teachers, our "How to Teach Business English Like a Pro" ebook has 24 top secrets that every business English teacher should know!
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IT Solutions Aug 23
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