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29. 5. 2013 | 16:05 

CHIEF, CHEF OR BOSS?

Let us have a look at one of the most common examples of Czenglish. 

10. 10. 2012 | 09:49 

OKTOBERFEST

The Munich (Germany, Bavaria) Oktoberfest, a festival held each year, traditionally, takes place during the sixteen days up to and including the... 

3. 10. 2012 | 13:32 

How to Be More Popular

How to Be More Popular Many people believe the route to success is to be interesting - to show off or act like someone else. For example, many people... 

29. 8. 2012 | 00:00 

GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS

Learn some useful expressions relating to the economic situation 

5. 8. 2012 | 06:08 

London 2012: Jessica Ennis strikes gold with a triumph to treasure

Britain's Olympic golden girl secures her place in the heart of a nation with a spectacular win in the heptathlon 

28. 7. 2012 | 12:19 

Healthy Summer Traveling

As summer begins, many families are preparing for vacations. Each year millions of people travel abroad 

28. 7. 2012 | 11:46 

Private banking's cosy world under siege

Cash-strapped countries are putting increasing pressure on private banks to help them claw back money from tax evaders 

27. 6. 2012 | 00:00 

Presenting numbers

Some of us face the challenge of presenting numbers quite often. That is why we present some useful vocabulary. 

18. 4. 2012 | 08:15 

VOCABULARY BUILDING: MAKE or DO

make a mistake – udělat chybumake noise – dělat hlukmake coffee – udělat kávumake a decision – učinit rozhodnutímake money... 

8. 8. 2006 | 10:03 

Wrong Collocations

Collocations are word partners. Even though some words seem to make sense together, if they aren´t partners, you won´t sound natural when you say them. For example, we say heavy smoker, not big smoker, to describe someone who smokes a lot. In the following exercise, choose the word that is not a collocation, or partner, with the main word.  

4. 6. 2005 | 21:33 

Tricky telephoning

Do you have to make calls in English often? It can be tricky, can’t it? In this exercise we are going to look at phrasal verbs on the telephone. Choose the phrasal verb that means the same as the underlined words. 

4. 6. 2005 | 21:02 

Driving

Going on a business trip abroad? It’s very convenient to take or hire a car to get about in. But you’d better brush up your driving vocabulary first. 

4. 6. 2005 | 20:52 

False friends

We aren’t talking about personal relationships but about those words which look familiar but in fact mean something different from your language. Choose the correct option in each of these sentences. 

4. 6. 2005 | 20:08 

Business vocabulary practice

Business English is really very similar to general English taught in schools – the one big difference is vocabulary. Often there are special words and phrases related to a particular business that you won’t find anywhere else. Different words can convey different tone and style, so one of the best ways to build your vocabulary is to find new words from a context so you know if they belong in informal emails or critical business documents. Guessing the meaning of a word from the context you find it in is a great skill to develop as it will make your reading easier, although you should use a dictionary too! The most successful word-learners often keep a notebook or vocabulary journal and record new words as they find them. Let’s see how much business vocabulary you already know.  

14. 2. 2005 | 19:08 

Vocabulary

The following sentences address higher English language competency levels and focus on the language from banking and finance. Start the Exercise... 
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