About 7

 
“One should not aim at being possible to understand,
but at being impossible to misunderstand.”
Marcus Fabius Quintilian (AD 35-95)

After 15 years of training business people in language & communication, and discovering that the majority only need English to communicate via e-mail, I decided to start this blog to help you to write good English e-mail and to communicate more effectively in English. My name is Jack Spencer Prince and I am a business English trainer, Cambridge University examiner, author of EmailWriter, and now writer here at The Business English Blog.

I intend to answer your questions about business English e-mails; structure, style and language.
This information will also help you to get more out of the EmailWriter App.
 
The Business English Blog provides regular explanations, articles and exercises on the subject of e-mails and the English language.
 
The perfect way to quickly improve your e-mail writing and English language skills.

7 thoughts on “About

  1. Reply El Gamrouni Simo Jun 9,2013 %I:%M %p

    Lovely ! Wish you all the best :)

  2. Reply marina clark Jul 3,2013 %I:%M %p

    clever! – or should I say ‘smart’?

  3. Reply Nandita S Jul 24,2013 %I:%M %p

    Thanks ! Excellent idea and very helpful!

  4. Reply Hitesh Deepak Sep 15,2013 %I:%M %p

    Greetings Mate,

    You have a great job. Hope, you’re doing great on the Weekend.

    Sincerely,
    Hitesh D.

    Rathdhana ‘The Pride of India’
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/hiteshdeepak/?fref=ts

    Language Trainers of The World
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  5. Reply Lyudmyla Sep 20,2013 %I:%M %p

    Thanks a lot! Great idea and very useful!

  6. Reply Aidan Duggan Jan 31,2014 %I:%M %p

    We have created a language practice site at http://www.SpeakTalkChat.com which links people to chat about their shared interests through their target languages. 33+ languages and 101 interests are available. Some of the interests are business related and may be of interests to your business readers who want to upskill their languages in relation to their business area. The site is completely free.

    Our philosophy is that one way to move our languages forward is to chat with our language peers about our shared commonalities.

    We would value any feedback or suggestions in relation to our site.

    Many thanks, Le meas, Aodhán

  7. Reply Mike Waters May 14,2014 %I:%M %p

    I really like this site. It has lots of very useful resources for business English trainers like myself. Jack is to be commended for creating a very professional site, and providing such valuable materials.

    Many thanks for this contribution to the field.

    Mike

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