Want to improve your business English? Andrew Miles has just finished his latest book, Speak & Write Better Business English. This ebook follows a teacher and his student as they chat on train trips and discuss how to best learn English. The book aims to help learners communicate better, make fewer mistakes, choose the most effective words, write accurate reports, make better presentations and overall improve their listening, their writing and their speaking.


You can buy the ebook here: Speak & Write Better Business English Book

You can preview the book here: Speak and Write Better Business English Six Chapter Sample for Students

The whole Speak & Write Better Business English ebook includes many chapters. Here’s an example of some:


  • Help people understand you better
  • Draw a learning map and study more effectively
  • Put manner, place and time in the right order
  • Explain what should be explained
  • Learn about words that are written differentlybut sound the same
  • Check whether your teacher is teaching properly
  • Remember what you hear
  • Remember what you understand
  • Remember what you do
  • Remember what you repeat
  • Remember what you learn with other people
  • Remember what you see
  • Remember what you write
  • Study three hours a week
  • Use link words to improve your communication
  • Learn about words that are written the same but sound differently
  • Provide examples so people remember
  • Write better emails
  • Give English time
  • Avoid large classes
  • Don’t give up if you can’t see instant results
  • Remember that not everyone speaks with good grammar
  • Learn words properly
  • Do not mix levels
  • Anticipate to improve your listening
  • Learn habitual situations
  • Learn how to interrupt
  • Record yourself to improve your pronunciation and fluency
  • Help people understand your writing
  • Give effective orders
  • Learn by taking notes
  • Use time effectively when you study English
  • Improve your listening by learning where words finish and start
  • Remember things by revising—though not immediately
  • Avoid some words when speaking
  • Keep up to date with neologisms
  • Memorise phone expressions
  • Keep sentences short and simple
  • Kill those mistakes
  • Use the same type of language you hear
  • Have conversation practice reflect your needs
  • Explain ideas with analogies so people understand them better
  • Tell people when you change subject
  • Use quotes to generate trust
  • Choose the right words and write better
    And much more!