Business English Worksheets (Continued)


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Title
Idioms about Money
Target Structure
Idioms about Money
Level
Intermediate
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
This worksheet will build your students' knowledge of some common idioms concerning money.

The phrases include: 'a rip-off', 'be made of money', 'to break even' and more.

There are five different exercises, including discussion at the end.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students, but can be adjusted for other classes as well.

 


 

Title
A Business Email
Target Structure
Business Email Expressions
Level
Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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Description
Do you have students who need to send and read emails in English? If so, this worksheet could be just what you're looking for!

The worksheet begins with an email gap-fill exercise, followed by analysis of common expressions. There's a final task, where students have to write example emails.

The task could be emailed to you, or written in the lesson. (The worksheet includes blank email templates.)

For Intermediate-level students.

 


 

Title
Reducing Costs
Target Structure
Business Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks at four phrasal verbs used in a business context:

* cut down on (something)
* look into (something)
* get back to (someone)
* come up with (something)

There are five different exercises. You could easily add some discussion questions to extend the lesson further.

 


 

Title
Writing a Formal Letter
Target Structure
Formal Letter Expressions
Level
Intermediate
Time
Varies - 45 minutes
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Description
If your students need writing practice, this worksheet will help.

It looks at writing a formal letter, and works well in both business English, and general English classes.

There is an example letter, with practice exercises to help your students master not only the expressions, but also the layout of a formally-written letter.

This worksheet is designed for intermediate-level students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.

There's also a British-English version. (See below.) This has changes for style and letter layout.

 


 

Title
Phrasal Verbs - After the Meeting
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet teaches five different phrasal verbs:

1) turn down
2) give up
3) look like
4) tell off
5) mess up

The context is business, with a conversation, practice exercises and discussion questions.

This worksheet is written for intermediate-level students, but can easily be adjusted for other levels.



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