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English with a Twist · 14h ago

Business Skills: How To Deal with Hostile Questions in a Business Meeting….in English.

“This is such fun. I can’t wait for the next hostile question!” Imagine you’ve been a...
English with a Twist · 1w ago

Business Presentations: How To Answer Difficult Questions in English: You Negotiate!

“No question is so difficult to answer as that to which the answer is obvious.”   Georg...
English with a Twist · 1W ago

Business Skills: How to Answer 4 Types of Questions when Presenting in English.

“I am so glad you asked me that question.” You can picture the scene, can’t you? ...
English with a Twist · 3W ago

Business Vocabulary: 20 Ways Of Describing The Ups and Downs of Business

“Remember that life is full of ups and downs. Without the downs, the ups would mean noth...
English with a Twist · 4W ago

Business Tips: 5 Ways How A Good Book Can Improve Your Business English (Guest Post)

    “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader”. Margaret Fuller This week’s lesson comes to you ...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business Skills: How To Explain Things in English And Impress Your Listener + 14 Phrases

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” Albert Einstein...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business Vocabulary: 10 words and expressions that go with “market”.

“One of the funny things about the stock market is that every time one person buys, a...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business Vocabulary: Let’s Talk About Being Polite While On A Business Trip Abroad

  “No One Travelling On A Business Trip Would be Missed If He Failed To Arrive”  Thor...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business Skills: What’s Your Hiring Story? How To Answer The Most Common Interview Question in English (Guest Post)

“Be So Good They Can’t Ignore You.” Steve Martin If you are having an interview in Engli...
English with a Twist · 2M ago

Business Skills: How To Deliver Bad News in Business and Still Be Liked.

  “No one loves the messenger who brings bad news.”  Sophocles is right but we could t...