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Learn to sing Despacito by hearing it at 75% and the pronunciation

Created to help people learn the lyrics and meaning to Despacito. The lyrics have been slightly altered to be more child appropriate.
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8 Famous Bollywood Celebs Who Are Not Fluent in Speaking English | top 10 things |

8 Famous Bollywood Celebs Who Are Not Fluent in Speaking English As English is not out national language not everyone in India is so fluent in English. Her
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A Growing Number Of Firms Worldwide Are Adopting English As Their Official Language - Business insider

A Growing Number Of Firms Worldwide Are Adopting English As Their Official Language - Business insider | Listen, Speak, Read, Write English. | Scoop.it

Lenovo is one of a growing number of multinationals from the non-Anglophone world that have made English their official language. The fashion began in places with small populations but global ambitions such as Singapore (which retained English as its lingua franca when it left the British empire in 1963), the Nordic countries and Switzerland. Goran Lindahl, a former boss of ABB, a Swiss-Swedish engineering giant, once described its official language as "poor English". The practice spread to the big European countries: numerous German and French multinationals now use English in board meetings and official documents. . . .  Native English speakers often assume that the spread of their language in global corporate life confers an automatic advantage on them. In fact it can easily encourage them to rest on their laurels. Too many of them (especially Englishmen, your columnist keeps being told) risk mistaking their fluency in meetings for actual accomplishments.


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Best free resources for… Business English

Best free resources for… Business English | Listen, Speak, Read, Write English. | Scoop.it
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Adam Simpson shares the best free resources he has found to help us teach Business English.

He does invite us to add others that he may have missed. 

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A Growing Number Of Firms Worldwide Are Adopting English As Their Official Language - Business insider

A Growing Number Of Firms Worldwide Are Adopting English As Their Official Language - Business insider | Listen, Speak, Read, Write English. | Scoop.it

Lenovo is one of a growing number of multinationals from the non-Anglophone world that have made English their official language. The fashion began in places with small populations but global ambitions such as Singapore (which retained English as its lingua franca when it left the British empire in 1963), the Nordic countries and Switzerland. Goran Lindahl, a former boss of ABB, a Swiss-Swedish engineering giant, once described its official language as "poor English". The practice spread to the big European countries: numerous German and French multinationals now use English in board meetings and official documents. . . .  Native English speakers often assume that the spread of their language in global corporate life confers an automatic advantage on them. In fact it can easily encourage them to rest on their laurels. Too many of them (especially Englishmen, your columnist keeps being told) risk mistaking their fluency in meetings for actual accomplishments.


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Having a conversation without listening

In this video we do the ( conversation without listening ) challenge. We call our sister, and have to maintain a conversation for a minute. The perso
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Business English Vocabulary and Grammar Exercises for ESL Students

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Business English Vocabulary and Grammar Exercises for ESL Students
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Best free resources for… Business English

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Adam Simpson shares the best free resources he has found to help us teach Business English.

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Make It Your Business: 7 Great Websites for Business English Students

Make It Your Business: 7 Great Websites for Business English Students | Listen, Speak, Read, Write English. | Scoop.it
Business English students need access to authentic material to increase their vocabulary and comprehension. This is easily achieved if they read English language newspapers, watch news repor

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4 public speaking skills you need to master to become a leader

4 public speaking skills you need to master to become a leader | Listen, Speak, Read, Write English. | Scoop.it

There are four fundamental characteristics of a great presenter, writes Steven Benna.

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