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Mussten Sie schon einmal einen Text oder eine Abhandlung Korrekturlesen (proofread) lassen? Wahrscheinlich handelte es sich dabei um eine wichtige Angelegenheit. Deshalb wollten Sie absolut sicher gehen (be sure), dass Ihnen kein Fehler (mistake, error) unterlaufen ist. In solchen Fällen braucht man einen passenden Korrekturleser (proofreader), der einem ein Feedback zu dem gibt, was man geschrieben hat. Ein Bespeaking-Korrekturleser oder eine Bespeaking-Korrekturleserin ist jemand, der die Texte gegenliest, um Fehler zu suchen und auszubessern (correct). Ebenso hilft er dabei, den eigenen Schreibstil zu verbessern. Es gibt also viele verschiedene Aspekte, bei denen ein Bespeaking-Korrekturleser nützlich sein kann. Wenn Sie Unterstützung beim [...]


Hilfe bei englischen Wahlvokabeln


Wahlen (elections) sind ein wichtiger Teil des politischen Lebens und ein wesentlicher Bestandteil der Demokratie (democracy). So finden kleinere (minor) Wahlen in der Regel einmal im Jahr statt, während größere (major) Wahlen alle paar Jahre abgehalten werden. Im Vorfeld (in the lead up to) einer Wahl gibt es eine Menge Nachrichten über die Wahl, die Kandidaten (candidates) und ihre Politik (policies). Es kann schwierig sein, zu verstehen, worüber in den Nachrichten gesprochen wird, wenn man einige der damit verbundenen englischen Wahlvokabeln nicht kennt. Hier kann Bespeaking helfen! Wir haben uns einige der wichtigsten englischen Wahlvokabeln angeschaut, die Sie hören werden, [...]

Hilfe bei englischen Wahlvokabeln2020-10-19T07:18:03+01:00

Food Idioms


Learning idioms is a great way to learn a language. Here at Bespeaking, we love teaching you new idioms and their origins, and this week we decided to focus on some food idioms. Food is a part of everyday life, so it's no wonder that food idioms are common in language. Here are some of our favorite food idioms in English. Cool as a Cucumber Someone who is cool as a cucumber does very well under pressure. They're able to keep their head on straight (stay calm) and think clearly, rather than getting flustered (worked up, nervous, spazzy) and confused in high pressure situations. There are [...]

Food Idioms2019-11-21T09:23:56+01:00

Exchanging Ideas in English


We all have ideas about how things should be done. Sometimes our ideas differ from others and that's ok! What's important is that we have effective ways of exchanging ideas in English. Do you have some ideas that you'd like to communicate (express yourself, talk) to people? Do you like someone else's idea? Or do you disagree with someone, perhaps? Here are some phrases that can help you say what you think in a positive, constructive (helpful for everyone) way. I Couldn't Agree More Did someone propose (suggest) a great idea in a meeting? Or did a friend come up with a fantastic (great, wonderful) plan for the [...]

Exchanging Ideas in English2019-10-24T04:09:21+01:00

Office Supplies Vocabulary


While fall (autumn-UK) is back-to-school time and parents are running around getting their children's school supplies in order, every Monday seems to be "back-to-office" time for adults. Since we’ve already covered some back-to-school vocabulary in Easy English, we thought it would be a good idea to talk about office supplies vocabulary this week. A lot of office supplies and school supplies are similar, if not the same, so they're all very useful words to know. If you've been wondering what that “thing” on your desk that makes holes in paper is called in English, for example, check out some of our office supplies vocabulary [...]

Office Supplies Vocabulary2019-09-12T12:58:03+01:00

Spoken English- Easy English Blog


Every language has shortcuts (short forms) of two words put together to sound like one word. We all use shortcuts in our mother language, not because we are lazy (not giving effort, energy) but because we sometimes put two words together so often (a lot), we say them fast. When we say it fast, it sounds like one, new word. In English, this is called spoken English. Non-native speakers have problems understanding these shortcuts – this spoken English. That is normal! Once (after) you know what the shortcuts are, you can understand the spoken English better. These shortcuts are not used in formal writing, only in speaking or informal situations. [...]

Spoken English- Easy English Blog2019-06-17T12:44:19+01:00

Angry English Phrases


Angry English Phrases- How to be Mad in English While everyone would much rather keep their cool (stay calm, not get mad), sometimes it's just not possible. Sometimes something sets you off (sparks, starts to make you get mad), or sometimes you just have a bad day and you can't help (it just happens, you have no control of) getting angry. So, is there some angry English you can use when you are mad? Of course there is! While it's still better if you don't get angry, there are some phrases you can use when you do happen to get a little fiery (full of “fire” or anger). [...]

Angry English Phrases2019-06-17T12:46:22+01:00

Conversation Topics to Avoid in English


Conversation Topics to Avoid in English When you're learning a new language, there are all sorts of things to keep in mind (remember, think about). New vocabulary, conversation starters, pronunciation tips... there's so much to think about when trying to form a sentence. However, there are a few things you don't have to wonder about at all! Mainly, there are a few conversation topics to avoid (not speak about) when speaking with native English speakers. Of course, these conversation topics to avoid don't apply when speaking with good friends, but it's always good to test the waters (try) first to make sure you don't offend anyone! [...]

Conversation Topics to Avoid in English2019-06-17T12:48:38+01:00

Say Thank You to Someone in an Email in English


How to Thank Someone in an Email in English Knowing how to write a proper (fitting, suitable, appropriate) email is an important skill to have in English. We write emails all the time, both in business and in our private lives, so knowing how to sign off (end an email) properly will leave a good last impression on your reader. That's why this week we decided to focus on how to thank someone in an email in English. In case you've missed it in the past, you can find more great tips in our blog in Formal Business Email language. Thank you in advance (for...) [...]

Say Thank You to Someone in an Email in English2019-06-17T13:04:18+01:00

Cell Phone English- Everything Mobile


Cell Phone English Believe it or not, I love being disconnected from the world. Vacations where I don't have my phone or my data plan doesn't work are my favorite. Everyone is so attached to their phones nowadays (including me!) that I really enjoy being away from it for a few days. If you're learning English, there's a whole bunch (a lot!) of cell phone English that comes with the modern, connected world. As always, Bespeaking is stepping in (coming) to help you learn some of the finer points of the English language. This week, we're focusing on vocabulary and phrases that go hand in [...]

Cell Phone English- Everything Mobile2019-06-17T13:06:30+01:00

7 Common Marketing Terms in English


7 Common Marketing Terms in English Whether we like it or not, our world is built on marketing. Billboards, pop-up ads, newspaper ads...everyone is marketing themselves nowadays, so if you have a job in sales and marketing, it's important to know marketing terms in English. Even if you're not in marketing, we're sure you've heard these terms floating (flying, used) around, so they're useful (helpful, good) to know! Read on to learn about some of the most important marketing terms in English. Brand identity Brand identity is a real buzzword at the moment. A brand identity is the message a company wants to send its customers and [...]

7 Common Marketing Terms in English2019-06-17T13:06:48+01:00

10 Business English Idioms You Should Know


10 Business English Idioms You Should Know Idioms are an extremely important part of learning a language. They're used all the time among native speakers, and more importantly, are understood almost immediately by other native speakers. If you want to improve your business English and fluency, learning these ten business English idioms may be the way to go. We've put together some business English idioms that you're likely to hear around the office. Add these to your business English vocabulary, and you'll be sounding more like a native speaker in no time. And check out these sports idioms, less common idioms, or [...]

10 Business English Idioms You Should Know2019-06-17T13:07:54+01:00
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