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Business English – Tiếng Anh dành cho người đã đi làm – Phần 3

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Apart from the online resources I introduced a while ago in the two posts “Tiếng Anh dành cho người đã đi làm” and “Tiếng Anh dành cho người đã đi làm – Phần 2” in my other web blog, which includes a couple of journals and Vietnam voanews, today I would like to introduce you to some podcasts specified in business English.

1. Business English Pod. Here you will listen to conversations that happen in regular business meeting, such as how to mingle with colleagues, how to answer in interviews, and how to  present in a meeting, etc.

2. Video Vocab – Learn English vocabularies for business through short, cute, informative videos, which always end with a short practice for the words you have just learned. As an ESL learner, you may already know or hear of most of the terms, but are not sure about their exact meaning, and how to use the words. This mini video is just the right tool for it. Also, since they explain each word nicely, even if this is the first time you hear the word, you should get their meaning almost immediately.

3. My BE online – Skills 360 – the community for learning business English. Here you not only learn business English, but also the skills needed to excel in your business life.

All these three podcasts are suitable for intermediate and advanced English learners, or learners with good listening skills. The English used here is a mix of American and British English.

Have fun learning English! 🙂


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  1. Pingback: Business English – Tiếng Anh dành cho người đã đi làm – Phần 3 | BÁO SONG NGỮ

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