Business

14 9, 2020

How to nail the question “Any questions?” in a job interview

14/9/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation|

Do you know the key to excelling in a job interview? Graduation season is coming! Fresh graduates are going to start job-hunting. The hiring manager will give you a lot of valuable information about this position. As the conversation is ending, they ask, “Do you have any questions for me?” It’s very important to ask questions because it gives you a chance to show your interest and give the HR a memorable final impression.

11 9, 2020

These expressions help you to rephrase your complaint about work!

11/9/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation|

Anything can happen at work. Sometimes you want to complain to your colleagues or clients. Therefore, let us give you some English tips for rephrasing work-related complaints to laugh at someone in an unkind way.

9 9, 2020

Saying “emm…” all the time? You need to know these gap fillers said by native speakers!

9/9/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation|

During conversations, sometimes you don’t know what to say. Especially when we speak English continuously, we hesitate in the middle and search for words to be used. Then conversation may become a bit awkward and you will find it difficult to continue. Let’s learn about the gap fillers that native speakers use to bridge the conversation!

24 8, 2020

Learn 6 Useful English Idioms Relating to Job (part 1)

24/8/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation, Idioms|

Use these work idioms in conversation to talk about your job, your working matters, office politics and relationships. All these idioms are connected with the world of work.

14 8, 2020

Stop using “wait a moment”: Formal and polite ways of asking someone to wait

14/8/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation, Daily|

We are all familiar with the phrase “wait a moment”. However, “wait” sounds not that polite in the working context. Also, how long does “a moment” exactly mean?

12 8, 2020

10 alternative expressions to say “I’m good at” in a job interview

12/8/2020|Categories: Business|

In job interviews, people always use “I’m good at…” to introduce their strengths and abilities. Are there any other ways to say that?

16 7, 2020

Tips to write a resume /CV that stands out!

16/7/2020|Categories: Business|

If you want to apply for a desired job, you have to craft a resume / CV first. There are lots of conflicting recommendations on the internet so it can be difficult to find the best approach. Should you keep your resume to one page? Do you need to include personal interest? Look no further. Find out Wall Street English’s approach to write better resumes that represents you!

18 5, 2020

Business English :  Essentials for Business phone calls in English (2)

18/5/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation|Tags: , , |

There can be a lot of situations occurred when you are making or taking a business phone call. What if your colleague is away from work and others dial in to find him/her? How should you ask him/her to leave a message politely? What if the specific person you are calling for is not available now ? What should you say to get him/her updated? Let’s check it out below!

18 5, 2020

Business English : Essentials for Business phone calls in English (1)

18/5/2020|Categories: Business, Conversation|Tags: , , |

You may need to answer or make phone calls while working in the office. Do you know the common phrases used in phone calls? Don’t panic! All you need are the sentences that can help you to communicate with others over business deals. How should you start with when making a phone call? How to express your purpose of calling? Let’s look at the below!

9 3, 2020

Business English : The Best Way to apologize in email

9/3/2020|Categories: Business|Tags: |

Even if you are very devoted to your job or serving your customers, you may make mistakes due to carelessness or misunderstanding. So, at that moment, you should apologize to customers or coworkers, using the most appropriate way. Let’s check out the following as advice for the apology email.

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