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About the Course

This lesson is part of a full course, Business English Networking. Take this lesson to get a short tutorial on the learning objectives covered. To dive deeper into this topic, take the full course. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: - Distinguish between formal and informal language - Distinguish between direct and indirect language - Choose the appropriate tone based on your relationship with your recipient, the context, and request...

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AB
Jun 21, 2021

Very helpful, I would love to hear more about the subject!

AJ
Nov 3, 2020

But course is unfinished. Nothing happens after week 1.

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By Isary T

Oct 28, 2020

Good course, I learned a lot. Thanks!

By ANTHONY J

Nov 4, 2020

But course is unfinished. Nothing happens after week 1.

By Joan S

Oct 22, 2020

Was a wonderful refresher in business English.

By joulanda g

Dec 22, 2019

i really enjoyed with this course

By Nithya B

Mar 1, 2021

Short and informative course.

By Ahmet E B

Jun 22, 2021

Very helpful, I would love to hear more about the subject!

By yashkumar m

Apr 24, 2021

Great things to learn from this course.

By Anu M S

May 4, 2021

Good content regarding communication

By Sanjoy K P

Jul 14, 2020

Very Effective about email sending.

By Yohana F

May 15, 2021

Too short, but really good!

By Aleksandra Z

Mar 31, 2020

Хороший и полезный курс

By Ankit S

Aug 11, 2020

it was awesome

By Varon R M E

Jun 10, 2020

A good course

By Suchi L

Feb 7, 2021

Useful

By Qian W

Dec 23, 2020

The content is quite basic for an intermediate learner, but I did learn something out of it.

By Jeff B

Jul 23, 2021

your dumbass final quiz only checks for the first letter to be correct you baboons. I wrote andrew in one and it said correct "Again" was the correct answer. fire your programmer lmaoo