Business English is taught to prepare students going into business to be able to communicate with countries and companies around the world. Studies may be geared toward crucial communication skills as well as common business terms and vocabulary.
Corporate English is a branch of English for a Specific Purpose. However, Corporate English training tends to concentrate on the business and commerce sector of English l
English Training Lounge - The Professional's Choice
Corporate English is a branch of English for a Specific Purpose. However, Corporate English training tends to concentrate on the business and commerce sector of English language teaching and training. English Training Lounge’s Corporate English courses offer first class English language training for those who want to develop English skills for employment and practical business and industrial situations. ETL learners also gain the ability to give effective presentations, give instructions and develop the skills necessary to pass the Cambridge Business English Examination (BEC), an internationally recognized ESP qualification which tests the skills for using English in the office, workplace or shop-floor. This direction of study has proved popular within Singapore and Japan's financial sectors. Other than cities such as Tokyo and Yokohama, the Kansai region of Japan consisting of Fukui, Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Nara and Wakayama has seen a large upturn in academic and business English language needs. ETL is offering a business English and English for Academic purposes, (EAP) course that primarily addresses English academic writing and phonemic awareness. Topics include: 1. Negotiating 2. Networking 3. Managing meetings 4. Interviewing 5. Placing orders 6. Customer services 7. General communication...
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a learner-centred approach to teaching English that focuses on developing communicative competence in a specific area such as: acco
English for Specific Purposes, (ESP)
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English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a learner-centered approach to teaching English that focuses on developing communicative competence in a specific area such as: accounting, aviation, business, IT, teaching, engineering, medicine and so on. Learners are also exposed to English workplace cultural terminologies and real world English skills practice.
ESP programmes are different from general English language courses as they tend to focus on specific areas and needs:
Designed to meet the specific needs of the learners
Related in content (themes and topics) to particular disciplines or occupations
Use authentic work-specific documents and materials
Promote cultural awareness and seeks to improve intercultural competency
Deliver intermediate and advanced level language training