Better at business English: Vocabulary
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Uitgever: Academic service
Auteur: Laetis Kuipers-Alting & Kathy Czako
Better at business English - Vocabulary is
designed to help you improve the quality
of your written and spoken English. The
tips offered here assist you in expanding
your vocabulary so that you will be able to
express yourself effectively. Step by step
and assisted by exercises, you will learn
how to identify relevant words and
phrases and how to approach them.
Examples include various types of text
drawn from business, science and care
Correct business English
The Beter in ... / Better at ... series is unique
in its highly accessible approach, with a
minimum of theory and a maximum of
directly usable guidelines and examples.
This book has been written directly in
English by a native speaker and a nearnative
speaker, both of whom have
extensive experience in academic
programmes, higher education and the
Each chapter starts with a brief description
of its structure and main 'take-home'
message, followed by clear sub-units and
practical assignments. More practice
material can be found on the AcademicX
A really practical tool
Better at business English is written for
students in the Netherlands in
professional higher education (HBO).
Thanks to its clear, compact layout, it is
ideally suited for both classroom use and
independent study. The combination of
book and online portal make this product
a really practical tool, based on the needs
and wishes of teachers and students.
Laetis Kuipers-Alting holds a university degree in English
language and literature and is the owner of TaalAanBod. She
works as a sworn translator, text editor and English language
instructor for Taalcentrum-VU, (business) universities, research
institutes, commercial companies and IVIO Wereldschool.
Kathy Czako is the owner of Common Link English Language
Training and Consulting. Following a career in the US in
Marketing Management, Market Research, Advertising
and Media, she moved on to become a Marketing/Business
Development Director in the Netherlands in IT Market Research.
Today she develops courses and trains business staff and
students to help them improve their English and business