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Taking small talk to the next level

The Art of Business English

Release Date: 07/07/2020

Idioms for satisfaction and dissatisfaction show art Idioms for satisfaction and dissatisfaction

The Art of Business English

​Hi again, and welcome to The Art of Business English podcast.

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The Art of Business English

In episode 150 of The Art of Business English, I am joined once again by Lloic all the way from Cape Town in South Africa. We discuss the topic of how you can gain some skills to become more international and learn to live a freer life anywhere around the world. As you will see, learning English is central to being able to move about the world, to earning money in countries with stronger currencies and spending it in cheaper countries.

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The Art of Business English

Welcome to the first episode of the AOBE for 2021. With new year’s resolutions in full swing, I thought it would be a great time to share some common expressions we use for talking about objectives.

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What a year it has been. May this post be a reminder to all that 2020 was one of the most difficult in living memory for the majority of the world's population.

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Welcome back to The Art of Business English. Well, it's almost Christmas and this week I am going to finish up my two-part series into the Passive Voice.

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The Art of Business English

Hey, welcome to another free episode of the Art of Business English podcast. In this week's episode I am sharing with you some tips on how you can use the passive voice in your reports. Do you write reports for work? If so, then you will definitely need to check out this episode. Using the passive voice in your writing will help it to sound more formal and less personal. This is ideal for a report, as a report is a piece of writing that has a neutral to formal tone.

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In episode 145 of the AOBE we are looking into some extremely useful expressions that you can use in your next business meeting, which all contain the word “point”. You will be surprised how many very useful expressions can be made just from this one word.

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In today’s episode I am going to share with you 10 idioms with the word “pain” that you can use to describe different scenarios at work. As you will see, many of them don’t actually refer to the actual sensation of pain.

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Today we are teaching you some more advanced grammar tenses and how you can use them correctly to improve your English. This week we will be covering “be about to”, “Future Continuous” and “Future Perfect Simple”.

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This week we are going to be covering three commonly used forms of the future. In this lesson you will learn how to use them in the correct context and use them like a native.

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In the last part in our 3-part mini-series we look at how you can take your social English small talk to the next level. This episode will help you to make the most out of your next social interaction.