New International Business English Student's Book

New International Business English Student's Book : Communication Skills in English for Business Purposes

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New International Business English is a course for upper intermediate (B2) level learners who need to use English in their day-to-day work.In this revised edition, all four language skills - listening, speaking, reading and writing - are developed through a variety of tasks that closely reflect the world of work.The 15 topic-based units in New International Business English provide learners with numerous opportunities for discussion and cover a wide range of subjects, including face-to-face business skills and techniques, telephone skills, international trade, marketing, meetings, and sales and negotiations.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 178 pages
  • 220 x 275 x 10mm | 500g
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • Worked examples or Exercises
  • 1107632218
  • 9781107632219
  • 1,086,371

Table of contents

Thanks; Introduction; 1. Face to face: basic skills and techniques for talking to people in business situations; 2. Letters, faxes and memos: basic skills and techniques for business correspondence; 3. On the phone: basic skills and techniques for using the telephone in business; 4. Summaries, notes, reports: basic skills and techniques for writing reports, making notes, summarizing and taking notes of conversations in business; 5. Working together: talking about where you work, employment policy, a company's activities, organization and trade; 6. International trade: ordering and supplying goods or services, answering and making enquiries, making offers, placing and acknowledging orders; 7. Money matters: methods of payment, cash flow, invoicing, dealing with non-payment problems; 8. Dealing with problems: complaining and apologizing, delivery and after-sales problems; 9. Visitors and travellers. Looking after foreign visitors and travelling on business: hotels, restaurants, small talk, telling stories; 10. Marketing: marketing a product, market research, promotion and advertising; 11. Meetings: taking part in formal and informal meetings, one-to-one meetings and larger group meetings; 12. Processes and operations: explaining and describing operations, giving instructions; 13. Jobs and careers: applying for jobs and seeking promotion, participating in interviews; 14. Sales and negotiations: selling and buying products, negotiating face-to-face and on the phone; 15. A special project: a simulation, revising many of the skills and situations in the course; Files; Acknowledgements.
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