101 Ways to Improve Your Business English: 101 Maneras de mejorar su inglés de negocios

Profit Editorial
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101 ways to improve your communication in business english aporta consejos y casos prácticos sobre cómo mejorar el inglés para personas que lo necesitan para su trabajo. Este libro contiene un resumen de lo aprendido por su autor durante veinte años dedicado a la enseñanza de inglés de negocios a las empresas. Incluye consejos prácticos sobre aspectos como la elección del método que mejor se adapta a sus necesidades, el número de horas que necesitará para llegar a su objetivo, cómo enfrentarse a sus debilidades en el inglés, cómo manejarse en reuniones, cómo utilizar metáforas para convencer y qué hacer para comprender mejor el inglés oral, entre otras. • Libro con estrategias claras para mejorar su comunicación en el inglés dentro del ámbito de los negocios. • Dominar el idioma inglés en el mundo de los negocios le abrirá nuevas puertas a nivel profesional.
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Profit Editorial
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Published on
Nov 1, 2012
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192
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ISBN
9788415505921
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Language
English
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Business & Economics / Business Communication / General
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