BUSINESS ENGLISH

Improve your workplace writing and communication skills by learning Business English. If you find yourself having challenges in forming sentences or when writing emails, then perhaps now is the best time for you start improving your English skills.

Do you have a hard time writing meeting minutes? Do you have difficulties with reports or presentations? At Bostanci Elite Languages School, advancing is always possible. With our help, you will be able to ace that job interview, get that much coveted promotion, pitch your business effectively, and participate in discussions confidently.

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The current difficulties facing traditional universities and colleges – including expensive tuition fees, course shortages and budget cuts – have prompted students to search for alternatives. Today’s world has become very demanding and students, in order to be encouraged to learn, need something that allows them to study at their convenience.  One of the most popular alternatives is online classes. What gives it advantage over traditional learning?

  • Online classes provides learners with greater flexibility varying learning styles and use different technologies.
  • Online classes may encourage participation from students who may not actively participate in traditional classroom settings; instructors who teach online also have a wealth of technology at their fingertips to make classes more interesting and engaging.
  • Students enjoy the flexibility and convenience of the medium. They learn from the comfort of their own homes and do not need to be at a specific place at a specific time to study.
  • Diverse Learning Experiences: It gives an opportunity and experience to connect with teachers from different disciplines, backgrounds and cultures.

 

BUSINESS ENGLISH TEST

Welcome to your BUSINESS ENGLISH TEST

Email
Mobile Number
1.

FINEFOODS


Agent required for nationwide distribution. Some experience in food retail an advantage. Refrigerated van provided.


Finefoods requires an agent to:

2.




Staff should tell Jane Fellows


3.

To: All staff


From: HR Department


Please remember that your manager must agree any holiday dates before you complete a form.


Why is the HR department sending this email?

4. Phone Neil Smith at our showroom for a free quotation, or to arrange a visit from our representative.
5.

In a meeting you hear some say, ‘let’s wrap this up’, what do they mean?


6.

A ………… company is an outside company with whom your company has a business relationship.


7.

What does ‘I dropped the ball’ mean?


8.

If you own a lot of stock in a company, you are considered one of its ………………. .


9.

One of our corporate objectives is to develop ………………. relationships with key customers.


10.

You have to be less competitive and more ……………..


11.

In a meeting, your boss asks for ‘a show of hands’. What must you do?


12.

IBM provides a variety of networking ………….. for clients.


13.

What do you do? I work …………… .


14.

Your boss says to you ‘My hands are tied.’ What does this mean?


15.

Complete the sentence with the correct word.


We are very interested in …………. with you.


16.

In business, ……………….. is either a period in which some kind of machinery isn’t working, or a slow period.


17.

Complete the sentence with the correct word.


Due to the economic crisis, lots of companies are declaring …….


18.

To ‘take the minutes’ in a business meeting means:


19.

What does ‘It’s out of the question’ mean here?


Employee: Can I go home early?


Boss: It’s out of the question.


20.

What does ‘pull your weight’ mean?


GENERAL ENGLISH TEST

Welcome to your GENERAL ENGLISH TEST

Email
Mobile Number
1.

Before making a decision, the leader considered all …… of the argument.





 

2.

Once the plane is in the air, you can …… your seat belts if you wish.





 

3.

She came to live here …… a month ago.





 

4.

The company needs to decide …… and for all what its position is on this point.





 

5.

It was only ten days ago …… she started her new job.





 

6.

Anne’s house is somewhere in the …… of the railway station.





 

7.

His eyes were …… bad that he couldn’t read the number plate of the car in front.





 

8.

Don’t put your cup on the …… of the table – someone will knock it off.






 

9.

I was looking forward …… at the new restaurant, but it was closed.





 

10.

This new printer is recommended as being …… reliable.





 

11.

I’m sorry – I didn’t …… to disturb you.





 

12.

The singer ended the concert …… her most popular song.





 

13.

I left my last job because I had no …… to travel.





 

14.

It wasn’t a bad crash and …… damage was done to my car.





 

15.

Have you got time to discuss your work now or are you …… to leave?





 

16.
Can I park here?





 
17.

When I realised I had dropped my gloves, I decided to …… my steps.





 

18.

…… tired Melissa is when she gets home from work, she always makes time to say goodnight to the children.





 

19.

What colour will you paint the children’s bedroom?





 

20.

I can’t understand this email.





 

21.

I’d like two tickets for tomorrow night.







 

22.

The shop didn’t have the shoes I wanted, but they’ve …… a pair specially for me.





 

23.

I’d rather you …… to her why we can’t go.





 

24.

Would you mind …… these plates a wipe before putting them in the cupboard?





 

25.

Shall we go to the gym now?