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Title
Four More Business Stories
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper Int / Advanced
Time
90 minutes
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Description
The state of the world's economy is major news at the moment. This worksheet gives your students the opportunity to learn how to talk about world business news in English.

This worksheet has four more business stories. The topics covered are:

* Forex Trading (Dollar Trading Results)
* Stock Market Volatility
* Company stock news
* A company releasing new products

Each story has a gap fill exercise. There are also comprehension questions, collocation exercises and lots of discussion questions.

It's a great way to bring real-life news into your classroom.



 


 

Title
The Conditional Business Gambler
Target Structure
Mixed Conditionals
Level
Advanced
Time
30+ minutes
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Description
How good are your business students at conditionals?

We have updated our conditional gambler game with a business version. There is lots of practice of mixed conditionals. Can your students spot the errors?

We have moved the worksheet up a notch in difficulty, so this should be perfect for your advanced-level classes.

 


 

Title
Talking about your Company
Target Structure
Various
Level
Lower-Intermediate+
Time
45 minutes
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This worksheet gives low-level students some basic 'Survival Business English' for talking about a company.

There's a short reading, plus extensive practice of common business expressions. Your students will be able to talk about their company's location, number of employees, main products and more.

This worksheet will work with groups and in one-on-one classes. It's written for lower-intermediate classes, but can be adjusted for other levels.

 


 

Title
Business Profiles: Henry Ford
Target Structure
Past Simple
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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This lesson is great for students who need a review of the Past Simple, or to practice the language in a business context.

The topic is the business innovator, Henry Ford.

There's a lead in question, followed by a short reading, question practice, preposition and speaking exercises.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate level students. It can be adjusted for lower-level classes.

 


 

Title
Business Update
Target Structure
Reading and Discussion
Level
Upper Intermediate / Advanced
Time
60 minutes
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This worksheet is part of a series of handouts looking at different business-related topics.

This handout looks at tax rises and industrial relations.

Students have cut up strips for two different newspaper articles. They need to separate them and put them in order.

There are also vocabulary-building exercises, with your students learning phrases such as 'curb the deficit', 'rein in public sector pay', 'denounce the rise', 'ballot members' and more.

With lots of discussion questions, this is a great worksheet for advanced-level students who want to be able to talk fluently about the current business climate.


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