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Master Business Idioms about Dealing With dissatisfied , customers and requests

Ahmad Rabiee, TESOL Master , Lecturer and Narrator

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4 Videos (21m)
    • Dealing With dissatisfied 1

      5:00
    • Dealing With dissatisfied 2

      5:16
    • Customers and Requests 1

      5:08
    • Customers and Requests 2

      5:18

About This Class

In this course 

You'll learn the idioms and expressions that you hear at work

understand a range of English idioms used in the professional world

use these idioms to make your communication more natural, effective and engaging.

You'll be able to use these expressions and be up to date

understanding what your colleagues , coworkers and your customer or clients really mean

English and American Speakers use many idioms and expressions on the job , if you don't know these expressions , you're led out of the conversation 

This course will help you speak business English like a natives quickly and confidently , Once you have the Knack , no one can take it away from you . With this course your career will  benefit for years to come 

  1. What do your Colleagues and coworkers , your customers or clients really mean? 
  2. How can you use the same expressions too ? 

Language is always changing and business language changes expressly fast . That's why we've explained the most up-to-date expressions here for you .

For better or worse , The American and English workplace is full of idioms , people don't begin a project . They get a project off the ground , They dont cal leach other to discuss a project , They touch base ... 

Master Business idioms covers many Idioms and expressions you're like to encounter in today's business world . all of the Lessons are explained in a really fun way with drawings and pictures to help you enjoy learning them . 

Familiarize yourself wit hall of them . when they come up in conversation , you'll be prepared to respond confidently instead of becoming silent while thinking to yourself , what's he talking about ? Sales went though the roof ? what roof ? as you're asking yourself these questions , the conversation is continuing without you , suddenly you're left behind . before you know it , you're out of the loop 

After getting to know the idioms, and look for them in newspapers. Idioms are everywhere.Newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and business sections of daily newspapers are full of these idioms. Once you get a good feel for them, try them out on your colleagues and friends. Idioms will add color and excitement to your language. Using idioms will make you sound more like a native speaker.

Let's take just one example. Let's say you're losing a lot of business to your competition. You could say, "We're losing business to our competition." Or, you could say, "Our competition is eating our lunch!" The second sentence sounds a little more lively, doesn't it?Fi

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Ahmad Rabiee

TESOL Master , Lecturer and Narrator


Founder and Manager of Englishvid ( Professional English Learning Center ) I hold MA Cambridge degree in Linguistics .ESL Cambridge international exam Instructor I have more than 8 years of experience Teaching different courses such as IELTS , TOEFL , CPE , Grammar and Pronunciation & Accent Training I have written several booklets and books regarding Teaching and Learning subjects and I have lectured in many Universities I have worked and studied abroad in many countries and speak sev...

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