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142 FREE Business Vocabulary Worksheets

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Budget and Getting Finance

Budget and Getting Finance

akrateia
Questions about drawing a budget and getting finance. The purpose is to prompt students to activate the business vocabulary they know, while practicing collocations. These questions can be used a ...
2 Intermediate
Developing Professional Networks

Developing Professional Networks

Another multiple choice vocabulary exercise for business or computing classes with the key. This exercise can lead to interesting discussions on how to expand your social network, and how useful g ...
3 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
E Commerce (Keys)

E Commerce (Keys)

•, Business Vocabulary
Here are the answers for the e commerce worksheet I put on  the site last week. I find it always better to have the answers.  As we are providing worksheets for busy teachers , it is r ...
1 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Business English - Sales and Marketing

Business English - Sales and Marketing

•Business Vocabulary, ,
35 questions to practice vocabulary and concepts related to marketing and sales. Wide range of questions and activities including: giving opinion, providing data, reading and summarising; web link ...
2 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate
Formal Email Writing

Formal Email Writing

•Business Vocabulary, ,
This handout's purpose is to provide writers with formal phrases, in order to be able to write formal emails. This could be both given to teenagers to practice their writing, but also to busi ...
6 Exam Level
Business English - Running a Business (Questions)

Business English - Running a Business (Questions)

48 questions to practice vocabulary and concepts related to running a business. Wide range of questions and activities including: giving opinion, providing data, reading and summarising; web links ...
3 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
How To Write an Email

How To Write an Email

fadhli
This powerpoint shows step by step on how to write an email. It may seem simple but every step is there. I created this powerpoint for my secondary school learners in a rural area. Their level of ...
8 All levels
Formal Titles in English - Powerpoint Presentation

Formal Titles in English - Powerpoint Presentation

I made a very informal and funny presentation to show my students titles and how to address people properly. I hope you all like it, and please, modify it as you like. For this presentation, I add ...
5 Complete BeginnerElementaryPre-Intermediate
Business English (ESL) Needs Assessment and Evaluation

Business English (ESL) Needs Assessment and Evaluation

Rebecca Allen
•Business Vocabulary,
This document is useful to business English (ESL) as a second language teachers to help assess their student's goals and needs. It should be used as the start of classes so the teacher can better ...
2 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Real Estate Basics

Real Estate Basics

•, Business Vocabulary,
This worksheet is a compilation of four exercises I found on English for Real Estate. There are three multiple choice exercises and one visual exercise where students need to choose the right ...
6 Pre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Word Sudoku

Word Sudoku

This is a Sudoko Business English riddle with words instead of numbers. A new, fun way to memorize vocabulary. You can make your own grid by using any other words. The different colors make it eas ...
6 Pre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
The Most Unusual Job Interview Questions

The Most Unusual Job Interview Questions

•Business Vocabulary, ,
Some unusual questions that were asked at real job interviews. The names of the companies where they were asked are given after each sentence. Provides great speaking practice for Business English ...
6 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Business Meeting Vocabulary

Business Meeting Vocabulary

•, Business Vocabulary,
This worksheet goes over vocabulary used in business meetings such as absent, accomplish, collaborate, deadline, mandatory, etc. It also has some helpful phrases that students may use in their mee ...
2 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Phrases in Presentations

Phrases in Presentations

•, Business Vocabulary
This worksheet goes over some phrases that students can use when making a presentation. The phrases have to do with welcoming, introducing yourself, introducing your presentation, starting the pre ...
7 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Information Overload

Information Overload

This worksheet talks about information overload. Students learn six skills to deal with information overload at their jobs. In the second part of the worksheet, students need to choose which email ...
3 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Conference Calls

Conference Calls

•, Business Vocabulary,
Technology today is wonderful. That doesn’t mean, however, that conferencing calling in a foreign language is easy. In fact, the experience can be difficult for non-native English speakers. ...
3 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Quality Issues

Quality Issues

Students will use their writing skills to write emails about quality problems. The company makes flat-screen televisions and their are various emails that need to be written in order to solve the ...
3 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Writing Emails

Writing Emails

•, Business Vocabulary,
This worksheet goes over writing formal, informal or neutral emails. There is a table with expressions that can be used in those emails. The students will then read two emails and find the grammar ...
6 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Customer Service (Softening the Language)

Customer Service (Softening the Language)

This worksheet goes over phrases that can be said in customer service jobs. Some of the topics are: Introducing yourself/answering the phone, connecting someone, putting someone on hold, describin ...
5 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Prepositions in Complaints

Prepositions in Complaints

•, Business Vocabulary,
This worksheet goes over complaints and some prepositions that can be used such as due to, sorry about, thank you for, complain about, etc. It also goes over some vocabulary lke doubts, invoice, b ...
6 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Contract Agreement

Contract Agreement

•, Business Vocabulary,
This worksheet goes over a contract and the language used in a contract. The vocabulary it goes over are words like null and void, on behalf of, hereinafter, heretofore, fulfill, etc. There is als ...
3 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Ideal Boss and Company

Ideal Boss and Company

•, , Business Vocabulary
Students read and choose sentences that have to do with their ideal boss. In this worksheet, they practice the adverbs of frequency like always, sometimes, never, hardly ever, etc. The second page ...
4 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Work Duties and the Career Ladder

Work Duties and the Career Ladder

•, Business Vocabulary,
This worksheet starts off by talking about work duties. Students learn how to say what they do at work and what it involves. There is a vocabulary section with words like full-time job, shiftwork, ...
9 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Working Style

Working Style

•, Business Vocabulary,
This is a small questionnaire for your students to find out their working style. The styles are: team worker, finisher, supporter or a leader. It starts with a small vocabulary preview. Then stude ...
6 IntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Mind Map: Job Titles

Mind Map: Job Titles

•Business Vocabulary,
I used this teaching A1 and A2 business students. They completed the mind map with the job titles they most frequently come into contact with in the company they work for. My students were Germ ...
6 Complete BeginnerElementaryPre-Intermediate

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About Business Vocabulary Worksheets
Welcome to the business vocabulary section of the site. Here we have 142 business vocab printable worksheets for you to use with you business English students. While some worksheets may be acceptable for other classes, the topic obviously targets a specific group of learners. This business worksheet is full of phrases students can use in business situations. It even gives students options for each situation so that they can choose the one that best suits them. There are a number of other worksheets that cover writing business emails, role playing situations, and interviews.
Business English courses are becoming more and more popular with learners because English has become a global language. International companies will often use English to communicate even if none of the parties involved are native speakers. For example a Korean company with French business associates will use English to communicate because it is the language that both groups are most likely to have studied. For ESL teachers, these courses can be challenging so it is important to study up on the topic before you start trying to share information with your students. Being able to restate complex terms in their simplest form is going to be one of the most important things you do in this type of class.
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