Who is this app for?
*Business people - be more successful when conducting international business.
*Students - prepare for the TOEIC and IELTS exams. Learn English to help your career.
*English teachers - motivate your students to practice Business English.
*Managers - quickly test your employees' English levels. Provide a mobile training app to improve performance.
1. We can get three parts here, including presentation, meeting and negotiation.
2. We can choose to pretest, learning and posttest here.
3. We can get scores in presentation, meeting and negotiation part here in summary.
4. You can go to ask help for guideline.
-start with pretest to find out your knowledge.
-you are not allowed to go to posttest unless your score is 8.
5. In fun games, you can hear several stories in this listening games section.
-What you have to do, listen carefully then answer the question that presented on the current page.
-Three types of questions that will appear in this listening games section are: multiple choice, speaking, and writing.
-You will have 4 lifes during this game. Every time you answer incorrectly, the life will decrease consistently.
-when you finished, there will be a score based on your correct answer, if your score is big enough, your score can be placed among three top high scorer.
Practice with your mobile device when you're waiting in lines or commuting by public transportation. If you like this app, please give us 5 stars and share with your friends. Or if you have any problem or suggestion, you can email us here.
Business English might mean different things to different people. For some, it may focus on vocabulary and topics used in the worlds of business, trade, finance, and international relations. For others it might refer to the communication skills used in the workplace, and focuses on the language and skills needed for typical business communication such as presentations, negotiations, meetings, small talk, socializing, correspondence, report writing, and so on. In both of these cases it might be taught to native speakers of English, for example, high school students preparing to enter the job market.