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Let's Get Down To Business! | Teaching English for Business | EFL Resource

Let's Get Down To Business! | Teaching English for Business | EFL Resource

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Many TEFL and ESOL teachers will sometimes be required to teach Business English. This download consists of some activities on Business Idioms that you can use with your students.

The resource includes:

  • Flashcards of 20 Business Idioms
  • A Gap Fill Activity
  • Reverse 'Call My Bluff' Activity 

You can read our Teaching English for Business blog which is intended to help TEFL and ESOL teachers who are used to teaching standard English courses adapt their style and materials for teaching Business English courses.

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