Tag: Lesson

The Business of English – Episode 8: Graphs and trends

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Now, I’d like to refer to the first graph. As you can see this is a bar graph measuring net sales over the first ten months of the year. You’ll notice that sales rose steadily in the first…

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5 tips to improve your writing

5 tips to improve your writing

Hi there, my name is Emma and in today’s video We are going to look at, five ways to improve academic essay writing Okay? Or TOEFL writing, IELTS writing. This doesn’t have to do with when you write…

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The Business of English – Episode 1: Pleased to meet you

The Business of English – Episode 1: Pleased to meet you

Thank you very much. Hello, I don’t think we’ve met. Sam Eriks. Victor Tang. Pleased to meet you. And what company are you from Mr Tang? OceanWide. I’m the sales representative for this region. Ah yes. I know…

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The Business of English – Episode 12: Negotiating part 1

The Business of English – Episode 12: Negotiating part 1

Hello, Lin Chan, Sales Manager for National Sugar – and my associate John Martin. Very pleased to meet you. I’m Victor Tang, and this is my legal adviser Sue Panay. I hope you had a pleasant flight over….

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Business English Course – Lesson 2: Making Suggestions in English | Business English Conversation

Business English Course – Lesson 2:  Making Suggestions in English | Business English Conversation

You’re listening to business English Pod The Business English podcast for Professionals On the move Welcome back to business English Pod! Today’s Show is part of a two-part series on making, rejecting and accepting suggestions. Reject means to…

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Launchpad Online: Understanding Mobile App Business Models

Launchpad Online: Understanding Mobile App Business Models

Hi, my name is Desiree Motamedi. I cover mobile app advertising at Google. We’re going to look at the various business models you can use to make money on your apps. A successful business model maximizes the lifetime…

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Developing and Using Models of Electrical Interactions: What NGSS Looks Like in the Classroom

Developing and Using Models of Electrical Interactions: What NGSS Looks Like in the Classroom

[music] Kristin Mayer [voiceover]: Early in this unit, students made observations of several phenomenon involving Van de Graaff machine. One of those phenomena was observing what happens when pie pans are stacked on top of the Van de…

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