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4. “Do you manage your time well?”
“In what ways do you manage your time well?”

The first question is a little easier. The second question is more difficult because it requires an example. I’m going to give an example for the second question and you should be able to use it for the first question as well. Read the rest of this entry »

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Today, i’m going to share with you on how to deal with interviewer(of course using English as a language)!!. Most of people who not really expert and master speaking english will think, they will ruine their life if attend the interview..meaning No english (speaking skill) No jobs.

But tell you the truth, if you practice alots than you’ll get it just like eating NUTS…Or maybe for the first step..try to memorize and frequently practice within yourself (talk alone) Read the rest of this entry »

What ever company you work for, you will have a boss or a manager. If you are a manager, you will have directs reporting to you. And in most cases, you will have to work with co-workers. This lesson will cover the English you need to know to speak to co-workers. I will also have a lesson on talking to the manager and subordinates.

When you talk with a co-worker, most of it is small talk. You can talk about your background, what school you attended, your major, and your previous work experience. So studying the English lessons along side the business section will help you for your daily English needs. However, I’ll have some sentences you can use when you are talking with a co-worker. Read the rest of this entry »

Bussines Trip Talking

July 3, 2006

Talking to the employees of the company you are visiting is very different than talking to employees. Basically, you have to be polite and formal when dealing with them.

“Hi Yusoof, I’m Ahmed from ABC Consulting. It’s nice to meet you.” Read the rest of this entry »