Do you need to attend meetings in English?
If so, English for meetings is the course for you! It will help you communicate better in professional situations such as meetings, conference calls and discussions.
This intermediate-level Business English programme contains essential vocabulary and useful phrases for the workplace.
English for meetings includes:
Over 100 useful business phrases and expressions for the workplace
Listen and repeat (with phrases spoken by Native English speakers)
Listening activities and realistic simulations
Animated simulations with subtitles
Multiple accents including British English and American English
The course is divided into five parts:
English for meetings also includes:
Animated videos of business situations with accents from UK, USA and Canada
Animated video quiz at the end of each business situation to test understanding of lesson content
Regular end of lesson quizzes to test your progress
Final review section to test your improvement and knowledge of phrases
Downloadable vocabulary sheets
Introduction to arranging meetings on the phone and via email.
In this animated video, students watch a video showing how to arrange, cancel and reschedule a business meeting by email and on the telephone.
This lesson focuses on the key phrases for arranging a meeting. This video covers listening, vocabulary and speaking (listen and repeat).
Introduction to Business meetings.
In this animated video lesson, students learn how to manage a business meeting, including agreeing/disagreeing with propositions, arriving at a consensus, confirming a decision and closing the meeting.
This lesson focuses on the key phrases for communicating in a business meeting. The video covers listening, vocabulary and speaking (listen and repeat).
Introduction to sharing viewpoints.
This lesson teaches language for sharing opinions during business meetings and discussions. Students watch an animated video of a teleconference, with the company's management discussing a proposal to introduce flexible working hours.
Learners study key expressions from the dialogue and practise useful phrases for sharing opinions during business meetings (listen and repeat).
Introduction to leading meetings.
Students watch an animated video in which the participants hold a business meeting about the company's sales figures. The business meeting is followed by a quiz.
Key expressions used by the chairperson of the meeting are studied. At the end of the lesson, students listen and practise the lessons's useful vocabulary.
Introduction to writing meeting reports.
Students watch an animated video of a meeting to discuss an office relocation.
This lesson teaches the vocabulary needed for taking meeting minutes in English. Students review an extract from the minutes of the animated video meeting. Learners finish by reviewing some of the key speaking verbs used in writing meeting reports.
Students review their knowledge of the key phrases for arranging meetings through this animated video.
Students review their knowledge of the key phrases for use in meetings through this animated video.