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Will English Stop Being the Top Business Language in a Post-Brexit Europe?

Will English Stop Being the Top Business Language in a Post-Brexit Europe?

In May 2017, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, made a speech in Florence, Italy, which started in English and then switched to French. He said in English, “Slowly but surely, English is losing importance in Europe,” before switching to French, continuing, “I would like them to understand what I am saying about Europe and nations.” His stunt drew applause from the audience and attacks from the British Press, as well as drawing attention to an i... Read More
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How To Identify The Best Business English Course For Your Company

How To Identify The Best Business English Course For Your Company

Business English Courses In Brighton, UK There are a large number of English language schools in England and with nearly every school offering Business English courses how can you make the right choice as a professional? In this post we will try to help you find the right English language school and the best Business English course for professionals and executives with 5 tips on what to look out for: 1. Business English Courses for students or professionals?   Good language s... Read More
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The 3 reasons why executive English courses are bound to make a positive impact on your business

The 3 reasons why executive English courses are bound to make a positive impact on your business

Business English courses in England: what you need to know You are thinking about doing a business English course in England. So now you are asking yourself a question: Why? What will you get out of it? How exactly will this help you in your job? We list here the 3 most obvious reasons why doing a business English course in England will help you to do your job, and so help your business. English ability Obviously, doing a course at an English language school will improve your ability to use Engl... Read More
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CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning): Expert Interview

CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning): Expert Interview

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Definition.   First question: can you just tell me who you are and what you do? I’m Edward Russell and I’m the Head of Teacher Training at the English Language Centre in Brighton on the south-coast of England. And you teach on CLIL, what does that stand for? So CLIL is Content and Language Integrated Learning. This is a teacher training course for teachers of English and other subjects who might be transitioning from teaching in o... Read More
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How To Know If You Are Ready For An Advanced Business English Course

How To Know If You Are Ready For An Advanced Business English Course

English Courses In Brighton: From Business English To Advanced Business English Courses If you can read this article and understand all of it then potentially you’re ready for an advanced Business English Course! There is a lot of talk in the world of work about being able to “speak business English”, but the English courses available are all very different. In this article, we look at some of the definitions of business English and advanced business English. We also take a loo... Read More
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English for international negotiations

English for international negotiations

English is the most widely used language for international trade, commerce and business. Although other languages such as Mandarin are becoming increasingly important, English is still the most widely used with around 2 billion speakers around the world. But to operate effectively in international business, it is also vital to have some understanding of how other cultures like to do business. For example, some nationalities such as Latin American and southern European li... Read More
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