1 edition of Basic Business Vocabulary (Six-Cassette Program) found in the catalog.
Basic Business Vocabulary (Six-Cassette Program)
January 1, 1988 by CareerTrack Publications .
Written in English
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Types of food, modes of transportation, vocabulary for hospital visits are all great groupings. Set a target to learn new words every day You can pick up new business words all around you. It was a lot cheaper. After we go through customs, we will go to the baggage claim to get our luggage. To do that, you need to actually use these words in your daily work. Sample sentence: Our marketing department has a brilliant idea for our next Super Bowl commercial.
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We had to keep our seat belts fastened during most of the flight because there was a lot of turbulence. Sample sentence: I hear that your company plans to expand to Europe and China next year. One of the best ways to make learning vocabulary exciting is to get motivated. We need to pay the airport tax before we go to the check-in counter. Sample sentence: Martha, our manager, tells us we can go to her for guidance any time.
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Sample sentence: Your visual aids really helped me get a better picture of this complex construction project. First class seats are in the front of the plane and are much bigger than the other seats on the plane.
Payback Period — the amount of time it takes to recover the initial investment of a business. Business — an organization that operates with Basic Business Vocabulary book intention of making a profit.
Contract — a formal agreement to do work for pay. They cancelled our flight because of mechanical problems. Commercial The noun commercial refers to a paid advertisement on radio or TV. Could you please open your suitcase for the customs officer?
Liabilities — the value of what a business owes to someone else. We have to take our shoes off when we go through security. For these and any number of other situations, you need to be able to communicate at an advanced level of business English. Clause In business law, the noun clause refers to a statement or term in the contract.
How long is our flight delayed? Sample sentence: Our legal team has raised some questions about a couple of clauses in the contract. We need to pay the airport tax before we go to the check-in counter.
Estimate The noun estimate refers to a general idea about the value, size or cost of something based on a rough calculation. In business, we often talk about Basic Business Vocabulary book a department or a business.
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I have been trying to advance my own career and I'm very interested in finding a Basic Business Vocabulary book in London. It was a lot cheaper. Sample sentence: Our marketing department has a brilliant idea for our next Super Bowl commercial. One of the best ways to make learning vocabulary exciting is to get motivated.
A few years ago when I worked in London, I interviewed real life entrepreneurs for a business podcast. Industry — a category of like businesses.Learn business vocabulary with free interactive flashcards.
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With approximately words to be learned in each book, students need not be burdened with spelling rules and their numerous exceptions.Are you a beginner ebook level A1) or pre-intermediate (CEFR level A2) learner of English?
In this section you will find activities to help you learn the meaning, pronunciation and spelling of new words.