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Welcome to the business vocabulary section of the site. Here we have 91 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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Movie Worksheet: Mad Men (Understanding How Advertising Works)

Movie Worksheet: Mad Men (Understanding How Advertising Works)

Worksheet focuses on vocabulary for Advertising and Marketing. The activity is organized around "Mad Men" TV Series part of Episode 1 (available online). The episode demonstrates challenges in ad ...
1 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Language for Law Enforcement

Language for Law Enforcement

•Business Vocabulary, ,
This is a vocabulary exercise for the law enforcement workplace. It presents word families ,multiple meaning and collocations of one word " arrest". The activities involve dictionary use, creatio ...
1 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
How Good an Entrepreneur Are You? Quiz

How Good an Entrepreneur Are You? Quiz

The worksheet consists of a quiz “How Good an Entrepreneur Are You?” with the answers and a practical situation for ss to solve and see if they are ready to start their own business. M ...
3 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Firing Someone

Firing Someone

•Business Vocabulary, ,
Discussion based activity for upper intermediate/advanced students. They should read the information and then discuss the pros and cons of each candidate and reach a joint conclusion. Afterwards, ...
3 Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
Writing a CV

Writing a CV

•, Business Vocabulary,
What should you think of before you write your CV? What information should and shouldn’t be included in it? What’s the correct way to sort the information? This worksheet can give you ...
3 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
The Question on Everyone's Mind - CNN Article and Exercises

The Question on Everyone's Mind - CNN Article and Exercises

I adapted (shortened and changed 2-3 words) a CNN article about the conception of work in the US to be used a basis for discussing cultural norms related to work in an ESL classroom. The first pag ...
7 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Correspondence Dominos

Correspondence Dominos

This is a game of dominos. There are 16 words used in business correspondence, either letter or email, and their descriptions written on domino cards which you have to then cut out. The students s ...
4 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Movie Worksheet: TED- What Physics Taught Me about Marketing

Movie Worksheet: TED- What Physics Taught Me about Marketing

This worksheet is based on the TED talk by Dan Cobley "What Physics Taught Me About Marketing." I used it with my Business English upper-intermediate group, when we covered the topic of marketing ...
4 Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
Movie Worksheet: Better Understanding Global Trade Flows

Movie Worksheet: Better Understanding Global Trade Flows

•, Business Vocabulary
This is a while-watching activity sheet for a video on international trade which can be used as an introduction for a Business English class with a focus on trade and international markets. The vi ...
4 Intermediate
Three Types of CV

Three Types of CV

•Business Vocabulary, , ,
In this material students will look into differences and similarities of three types of CV: Chronological, Functional and Combination. Based on the information gathered from the first task student ...
9 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Movie Worksheet:TED- Why Business Can Be Good at Solving Social Problems?

Movie Worksheet:TED- Why Business Can Be Good at Solving Social Problems?

•Business Vocabulary,
I used this worksheet with a business student to talk about the current social problems we've faced these days. You can use the pre-watching video questions for discussion and introduce the s ...
1 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Unethical Business Practices

Unethical Business Practices

• » Business Vocabulary
The exercises cover the area of vocabulary connected with ethics in business focusing on vocabulary - matching, paraphrasing (translating if the students are non-English native speakers). Addition ...
3 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Capital Letters in Formal Writing

Capital Letters in Formal Writing

Help your students to identify where to use capital letters in writing formal correspondence. This worksheet includes a reminder of the main rules about capital letters, followed by a rewriting ex ...
7 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Cancel Trip to Europe- an E-mail to a Penpal

Cancel Trip to Europe- an E-mail to a Penpal

The students are required to write an e-mail to a penpal in 50 words. The e-mail is to explain why their long-awaited trip to Europe is cancelled. The student needs to choose one of the three choi ...
5 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
ESL Business English - Competitive Advantage

ESL Business English - Competitive Advantage

• » Business Vocabulary
Worksheet to help business students analyse and comment on the importance of competitive advantage (with content).
2 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Standard Operating Procedure

Standard Operating Procedure

• » Business Vocabulary
This material is for high school students, especially  for vocational schools. It contains material on SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) in cooking. First, theory about SOP  followed b ...
3 Complete Beginner Elementary Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Job Interview/Recruitment and Selection (PPT)

Job Interview/Recruitment and Selection (PPT)

•Business Vocabulary,
This lesson is designed for business English. It focuses on job interview and recruitment/selection of applicants for a job. It starts with some sentences on personality, and then it moves to adje ...
15 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level
Business English- Starting a Conversation

Business English- Starting a Conversation

•Business Vocabulary,
These handouts are very good for students who want to improve their spoken business English, can be used with or without CD. Students learn how to become more fluent when starting a conversation.
11 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Movie Worksheet: TED: a Walk from No to Yes

Movie Worksheet: TED: a Walk from No to Yes

•Business Vocabulary, ,
This worksheet was designed for the TED talk by William Ury "A Walk From No To Yes." I created it for my one-to-one Business English student, when we covered the topic of negotiations. It includes ...
8 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Telephone Language

Telephone Language

• » Business Vocabulary
This ppt provides  a wide vocabulary for telephone and  business language. When necessary increase a copy of this in worksheets for your students. This becomes easier because  they ...
8 Elementary
Letters of Applicaton

Letters of Applicaton

•Business Vocabulary, ,
It has 2 parts: a reading part, in which students have to read and show understanding by answering questions, and the writing part,  which gives students an opportunity to use what they have ...
10 Intermediate
E-mail of Complaint

E-mail of Complaint

What is a letter of complaint and what is it written for? Who is your target audience and what is the style of your letter? Some useful phrases and linking words are listed. Worksheet  pract ...
11 Intermediate Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Advertising and Product Marketing

Advertising and Product Marketing

• » Business Vocabulary
Use the words in the word bank to fill in the missing words in the sentences and fill in the blanks. A Business English worksheet to be used for for either Intermediate or Upper Intermediate. Th ...
3 Upper Intermediate and Advanced
Job Bingo Cards

Job Bingo Cards

This is a bingo game for business students. I usually do this a little different than regular bingo games. Instead of calling out the information in the boxes, I have the students interview each-o ...
11 Pre-Intermediate Intermediate
Legal English Exam Paper

Legal English Exam Paper

•Business Vocabulary,
This is a Legal English exam paper covering International Business Law for first semester students studying Legal English at a University. This paper covers the normal syllabus in Germany fo ...
5 Upper Intermediate and Advanced Exam Level

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