Книга: Mark Powel, Ron Martinez, Rosi Jillett «New Business Matters: Business English with a Lexical Approach»

New Business Matters: Business English with a Lexical Approach

Производитель: "Thomson"

New Business Matters is a stimulating language course for students of business English. Its unique lexical syllabus precisely identifies what business students need to learn in order to increase their understanding, fluency, and communicative power in English. Each unit is based on a specially written article rich in the language of company life, followed by language activities which ensure that learners engage with the language and interact with each other. Thoroughly updated units plus four entirely new units reflect changes in the global business world. Each unit contains Reading, Language Focus, Discussion Topics, and Fluency Activities. Four listening-based skills units focus on the language of meetings, presentations, telephoning and negotiations. A glossary of key business vocabulary has been added. Workbook includes exam-style exercises to help students prepare for the ВЕС Vantage exam. ... ISBN:978-0-7593-9856-6, 0-7593-9856-9

Издательство: "Thomson" (2004)

ISBN: 978-0-7593-9856-6

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