Business Englisch München Blog

Simple present vs present continuous

What is the difference between "I am living in Munich" and "I live in Munich?" If you are not sure, read on. Knowing when to choose between the simple present tense and the present continuous tense (also known as the present progressive) is a common challenge amongst beginners and intermediate [...]

By | April 30th, 2014|Grammar training|0 Comments

Six quick tips to improve your English

In today's post we're going to take a look at six more common English mistakes that German learners make. By concentrating on these few key areas, you can improve your English significantly. Try and figure out what is wrong with these common English mistakes and then hover your mouse over [...]

By | March 6th, 2014|Common English mistakes|0 Comments

Prepositions of time: rules and quiz

In, at, on, to, for, by?   Prepositions are one of the hardest grammar points for learners of Business English to get right. For many people, the rules - if they even exist - seem illogical. Why is it correct to say in English that are we 'on' the bus, and [...]

By | February 26th, 2014|Grammar training|2 Comments

English Quiz – Test your English!

The online English test is divided into three categories: 1) English grammar 2) English vocabulary 3) Business English comprehension Questions, comments?  - Go ahead and leave them in the comments section at the end of the test, and we'll get back to you. Good luck!

By | February 19th, 2014|Grammar training|0 Comments

Back to the Future: A quick guide to the most useful English future tenses.

In our first Business English grammar lesson, I will be giving you a brief overview of the most common future tenses. Many of our Business English students will be familiar with the rules I have set out below but nonetheless, should read them again anyway, to reinforce the knowledge. For [...]

By | February 13th, 2014|Grammar training|2 Comments
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