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English with a Twist · 4d ago

Business Skills: How to Use Rapport For Better Business Communication (Guest Post)

Listen While You Read   I am delighted to introduce you to another guest writer on Eng...
English with a Twist · 1W ago

Easter: Idioms and Expressions Celebrating Easter

Listen to this post Read while you listen It’s the Easter weekend and that means ...
English with a Twist · 2W ago

Business English Writing: How To Write A Thank You Email After A Job Interview

Listen To The Post Read The Post Sending a thank you note after a job interview ...
English with a Twist · 3W ago

Business English Skills: 10 Steps You Need To Take For A Winning LinkedIn Profile

Listen to the post while you read Here’s the post In the last few weeks, I hav...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business English Writing: How To Write A Thank You Note After A Corporate Event or Business Lunch

Just as small talk is crucial in developing lasting business relationships, saying thank ...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business Small Talk: 6 Reasons Why Small Talk Leads To Better Business (Guest Post)

I am delighted to introduce you to my fellow Business English trainer, Christina Rebuffe...
English with a Twist · 1M ago

Business English Writing: How To Apologise in Writing And Enhance Your Career

I received a comment from a reader in response to last week’s post about saying sorry i...
English with a Twist · 2M ago

Business Communication in English: How To Apologise in Business – 7 Tips

Saying sorry has three parts. I am sorry; it’s my fault; what can I do to make it right...
English with a Twist · 2M ago

Business Idioms: How To Use “Long” In These 10 Business English Idioms.

I haven’t written a post on business idioms in a long time. It’s probably because I’ve co...
English with a Twist · 2M ago

The Office Romance: 6 Rules You Need To Remember This Valentine’s

It’s nearly Valentine’s Day. That day when restaurants charge exorbitant (far too high) ...