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Steal vs. Rob: Crime Vocabulary

Have you ever been robbed? It’s a terrible feeling! What did they steal?

STEAL and ROB are two words related to crime, but it’s good to know which one to use. 275 more words


Business English is Boring - Apparently

Today we are going to learn some language for meetings…..

Time for Business?

A collective groan fills the classroom. The teacher inwardly sighs, wishing he were somewhere far more stimulating, like Lidl. 2,129 more words

Learning & Education

Speak English with Anybody! Learn these Tips:

Studying abroad is a fun and once-in-a-lifetime experience, but it can definitely be a bit overwhelming. To make your time in the U.S. both worthwhile and rewarding, it’s best to know how to interact with Americans. 465 more words

Business English

The security risks of online translations

Everyone who works in an international setting has a story about a bad translation.  Years ago – long before every office had computers – I was on the production staff of an English-language magazine here in Frankfurt.  940 more words

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People and places - Human Resources vocabulary mind map - extra activity

When we published our first Human Resources mind map, we also promised an extra activity to help you test yourself and learn the words. 83 more words


How to translate correctly and fearlessly

English students very often need translations for themselves and for friends as well. The funniest part of it all is when you need to translate from your language into English. 383 more words

People and places - Human Resources vocabulary mind map 1

Every area of business has its own jargon. Jargon is that specialist vocabulary that people who work in a particular field use to talk to each other. 580 more words