Improve your English
Are these expressions correct?
- Are you veg?
- Can I have your feedbacks?
- New ideas are a need of the hour.
This book covers common errors in business English. It focuses on business expressions
Have you ever thought the word etiquettes could be wrong?
Or wondered whether to say ‘I am in a car’ or ‘I am on a car’?
Or felt confused about when to use a, an, or the?
If so, this book is for you!
Through illustrations, you’ll learn about common errors people make and how to correct them. For instance, you’ll find out whether it’s right to say ‘feedback’ or ‘feedbacks’. And whether it’s right to say ‘on a priority basis…’ or ‘on priority basis…’.
It will also tell you about common words and phrases in Indian English, such as ‘I will revert back to you tomorrow’, and how to say the same thing in international business English. That’s useful when you communicate to your colleagues and clients abroad, who may not understand such Indian English expressions.
Read this book to improve your business English!
About the Author
Amal Fabian has a CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages), an MBA from the European School of Economics, and a Master of Arts in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University.
A corporate trainer with the British Council for many years, Amal has delivered training courses in business English to MNCs, professional colleges, and Indian companies.