Business Writing

Business Writing : B1-C2

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Write clearer business documents more efficiently

This brand new self-study book is the ideal way for business people to refine and perfect their written English. It is aimed particularly at executives who communicate in written English frequently or work in foreign or multinational companies.

Collins English for Business is a new series of self-study skills books which focus on the language you really need to do business in English - wherever you are in the world. Each title includes tips on how to communicate effectively and how to communicate inter-culturally. Other titles in the series: Speaking and Listening.

* Powered by COBUILD - using the real language of business English

* Contents: Twenty 4-page units featuring key areas, such as Getting the Right Tone, Linking Ideas, Writing Quickly and Simply, Dealing with Difficult Issues and Editing the Language.

* Each unit contains:
- Exercises focused on written texts, vocabulary or key structures
- Grammar tips
- Key phrases

* Reference section with key phrases for written documents is included at the end of the book.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 350g
  • Collins
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • None ed.
  • 0007423225
  • 9780007423224
  • 99,483

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BEBC Book of the month: This new 124-page book aims to help business students write clear documents and is full of sound advice. `Writing' certainly provides a wealth of relevant tasks: it is especially good for self-study. The `best practice' section on email etiquette is excellent, and the many `cultural tips' boxes are useful. One nice feature is the inclusion of memorable quotes about writing that introduce each unit. Recommended. (Reviews by Pete Sharma for the Bournemouth English Book Centre)

`Finally, modern, well-written and practical Business English texts that are perfect for reference and/or classroom use.' Peter A. Lewis-Watts, Certified ESL Instructor, Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
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About Nick Brieger

After a first degree in law and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics, Nick Brieger's early career included language training and teacher training in Eastern and Western Europe. In the 80s, he worked with teachers and trainers on developing communication skills programmes for managers in Poland, Hungary, Russia, Ukraine and Georgia. In the 90s, his focus moved to Asia and developing English language competence as a requirement for an international career. In recent years, he has worked with a range of major public and private international organisations on communication, team building and intercultural training programmes. In addition to his training activities, he is the author of more than 20 books in the field of language, communication and culture.
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