Bite sized grammar
Grammar does not need to be complicated, please find simple fact sheets explaining key areas of grammar.
- The present continuous v present simple
- The present perfect
- The past simple v past continuous
- The past simple v present perfect - new view
- The future form - planning
- The first conditional
- The second conditional
- Ways of making a request
- Reported speech
- Embedded questions
- Adjectives 'ing' or 'ed'
Developing your wider business skills
- We view a Business English course as an excellent opportunity to develop your wider business skills.
- We use a wide range of projects, activities and games which are designed to make learning innovative and develop wider professional skills.
- Here are examples of the type of resources we use.
The Enterprise Project
In small teams you are going to develop a new product. You need to do the following:
- Decide on your product idea
- Name your product
- Develop a logo for your product
- Develop a slogan for your product
- Write a product description and outline the unique selling points, target market and describe how you would sell and grow your product
- Identify possible rival products
- Define a price point, any promotional activities and roughly estimate the likely costs involved in producing your product
- Present your product to your colleagues