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Hello Everyone, My name is Emmanuel Skourtis and I am the author of a new line of lexicons about English - Spanish business communicating. Whether you are confident with your use of English and are just looking to add the finishing touches or have some anxieties about expressing yourself on key occasions, this book can be your safety net or your guardian angel. It is in your hands. By carefully studying the contents page, you can match your need with a particular set of phrases and expressions, tailor-made for very specific situations down to the very last detail. You can come back to it time and time again; it will never let you down.. Meetings, presentations, closing deals and pretty much everything else are situations covered by our books. What makes these business English books different? It deals with a series of subjects and scenarios straight from the authentic working environment. It is full of real and relevant everyday situations; Given that many of you might want to get a taste of our books here is a 89 pages free ebook covering materials from all the series, and figure out for yourself if it fits your needs. I would greatly appreciate your feedback and anything else for that matter. Don't forget to drop by Businessenglishbook.com and check the whole book collection.
Hello, I've spent some years already wondering about the "official" French that I keep seeing in my student's books all the time. By official I mean formal business writing - things like "Je vous prie d'agréer, Madame, l'expression de mes salutations distinguées", "me tenant à votre disposition" etc. Do they really exist? I wonder because I've worked with French colleagues and some French customers for many years but haven't seen ever seen a single email containing at least some of those polished expressions. If anything, my experience has been completely different. I've seen people use several exclamations marks or write the whole letter in capitals or even use "tu" without even knowing me firsthand. Ok, some of them worked in the same company as me so that may be the reason but still, I've quickly learnt that if I ever start my letter with what my textbook wants to me, then people will just laugh at me Can you still find those official letters/emails anywhere? Do people actually use formules de politesse? A.