Practise and Perfect Your Business English
Newspapers and online current affairs websites use a lot of special vocabulary, punctuation, syntax, and rhetorical devices which can be very difficult to understand, even for native speakers.
Join us for a live webinar every week as Sean analyses the latest news stories from an Anglo-Saxon perspective. He explains the key vocabulary and grammar of a dozen news stories, by throwing the headline and text on the screen and writing out a glossary alongside.
This current affairs training – ExecNews – is designed to help professionals, like you, to perfect your English skills.
You will improve your understanding of the English of politics, economics, weather, sport, international relations, and business.
Learn how to confidently discuss and analyse news stories happening in your business sector.
Sean follows international current affairs very closely. He is well-placed to talk about current affairs in a way that helps explain key vocabulary, idioms and advanced grammatical structures to people who are looking to perfect their English. Master also how to read newspaper headlines!
A qualified business English trainer with a finance industry background, as well as a career owning retail and export/import businesses.
Access here the study material from all ExecNews training sessions, so you can revise all the terms and phrases. These are a great resource for English teachers and students alike, explaining many difficult words, which often do not act well in Google translate.
For 5€ you will receive a PDF with the all the headlines discussed, and an explanation of the most tricky vocabulary.
Sign up to our self-study course where you will dramatically increase your management reporting skills in English.