A Rule to Mastering English

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As the rule states, “The more vocabulary, the better the knowledge and proficiency.” This holds true whether it be in our native language or learning a foreign language. That is why we have decided to provide help in increasing your vocabulary and reading comprehension.

Each Tuesday we will post a blog entry based on an article that we have selected from some of the 10 most important international business magazines as well as the corresponding vocabulary in order to help you better understand the article.  We recommend that you take a quick glance at the article first, and then go over the vocabulary again.  Finally, read the article.

The following Tuesday, we will post either a crossword puzzle or word search.  We will only be using 15 of the words from the vocabulary to put your memory to the test and the answers will be posted the next week.

The last Tuesday of the month we will present an exercise based on all that you have learned throughout the month.  Finally, we will post those answers the following week.

Performing these exercises will increase your vocabulary and therefore your knowledge of English in business today.  Good Luck and don’t forget that you can use our forum to ask questions.

About englishworkshopmexico

My name is James. I work as a teacher and marketer with English Workshop in Mexico City. We provide Business English courses to aspiring people who are looking to move up the career ladder or simply become more international. I have been with English Workshop for around two years and I very much enjoy the teaching and marketing profession.
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2 Responses to A Rule to Mastering English

  1. Guillermina Ambriz L. says:

    Very interesting, I will try to follow you, thanks

  2. Alberto Serratos says:

    Thanks you this is what I Call: “committed with your students”.

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