We’re back with a FULL introductory video! In this lesson, you’re going to hear me break down segments in regards to answering questions about plans, topics and problems. In the next lesson, which will be available only for my course students, will be the break down of 15 dialogs. Get ready!
In today’s podcast, we’re going to do a test to figure out what type of decision maker you are. Now, with the questions, the majority of mine are ‘yes’ and ‘no,’ but the more “it depends” you put for your answers, the more indecisive you may be. Here’s a break down of it all!
We’re back with another fantastic dialog! In today’s lesson, we’re going to do more dialogs with suggestions. Remember, this is only a sneak peek. The entire course is available in the link down below!
Welcome back to another corporate finance episode! Today we’re going to make collocations describing financial changes! This is going to be very useful for a lot of you, especially in next week’s segment for those who have to present financial changes in their company.
We’re back with another super special! Today we’ll be getting into suggestions, invitations, and much more. On TOEFL, you need to make sure you memorize these different things because it could make all the difference in the world when answering. Here’s a free video. Audio dialogs and breakdowns will be on the paid course down below!
Another snippet! Welcome back! Today we’re going over audios now featuring agreement/disagreement scenarios. This is a follow up, so again, if you haven’t memorized the phrases yet, PLEASE DO!
It’s very easy to fall into the trap of making a list of the worst thing, what you hate most, dislike most, etc. When it comes to business travel, and traveling in Thailand in general, there aren’t many BLISSFUL moments because of transportation woes, blatantly racist immigration officers, and even traffic on the tarmac of the runway.
These are traps in which I fall into personally. But in this podcast, I’m going to give you collocations to journal and look at the beautiful moments of your personal/business travels — as well as the anecdote of my “back to America” trip from Aussie.
Late payers. Omg. If you have an invoice, pay it. However, in your personal finances, always pay yourself first — although there are some exceptions. I have a friend who works for a company that pays just before they’re cut off in particular sectors within the company, and if I were someone dealing with that company on an individual basis, I would ask for upfront payment. In today’s podcast, we discuss these heavy questions.
Here’s a networking event involving four situations and different people playing different roles, as well as my story on hard-selling. Vastly important for all out there in the world!
Another snippet for everyone! Homonyms, such as the words ‘wear’ and ‘where,’ are going to be explained in their entirety. I know a lot of you have great difficulty with understanding homonyms. So, in today’s episode, I’m going to teach you how to understand the context and key words so you can choose the better answer. One-word choice answers, which makes it difficult, but at the same time, you’re going to develop the context of the sentences in general. Ready?