Business English Communication

by Teva Serna

10 English Common Mistakes to Avoid in Business English Communication

Often wonder if you made a blunder? Should I say ‘I’m gonna’ or would ‘I am going to’ be more appropriate? For many non-native English speakers, communicating with English-speaking colleagues or clients can sometimes be tricky. Accuracy is essential in the corporate world, and while some mistakes will not have any serious consequences, others may poorly reflect on you. We guide you through some of the most common grammar and vocabulary mistakes to avoid in Business English communication.


Common Mistakes Business English Communication


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