Fresh conversation lessons
This lesson will help you brainstorm and estimate data, percentages and trends.
This lesson will show you a variety of ways of describing trends over time.
This lesson will help you describe a huge part of consulting: spreadsheets, calculations and talking about Excel.
This lesson will help ensure that the basics of dealing with numbers: dates, big numbers and statistics, are all done smoothly and correctly.
In this lesson, you will take a look back at the previous lessons about describing progress and change.
This lesson will show you a variety of language you can use when a project is progressing well or when you've encountered problems.
This lesson will help you respond politely and naturally to feedback you receive, especially focusing on negative feedback.
In this lesson you will take a look back on the previous four lessons: email English, giving information, taking part in conference calls, and telephone etiquette.
This lesson will help you have short conversations to give updates about how well your project is progressing.
This lesson will help you give spoken-style feedback in a friendly, conversational way.
This is a review of the previous lessons on evaluations
In this lesson, you will learn to talk about your own strengths and weaknesses, as well as set goals
This lesson will help you evaluate performance effectively in English.
This is the final lesson on phone or email communication. You will learn about etiquette and discuss both formal and casual English.
This lesson will help you to be confident speaking up during conference calls.
This lesson will focus on giving and receiving information over the telephone, as well as using natural intonation patterns to communicate clearly.
This lesson is about email. You will learn about levels of formality and types of style so you send the right message between the lines.