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Business English Vocabulary Online

A list of key business words from each unit of Working in English linked to definitions from Cambridge Learner's Dictionary.

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Unit 1: Pleased to meet you!
Unit 2: What do you do?
Unit 3: Around the world
Unit 4: Could you please...?
Unit 5: I’m sorry, could you say that again?

Unit 6: Hello, how may I help you?
Unit 7: Hold on, I just need to make a note
Unit 8: Is everything clear?
Unit 9: I’m calling because...
Unit 10: I’m terribly sorry

Unit 11: Layout and content
Unit 12: You’ve got mail
Unit 13: Get it right!
Unit 14: Keep it simple and make it clear
Unit 15: In reply to your...
Unit 16: I am sorry to inform you that...

Unit 17: Can I ask some questions?
Unit 18: I’d like some more details...
Unit 19: Could you tell me more...?
Unit 20: Where can we meet?
Unit 21: Avoiding misunderstandings
Unit 22: Thank you for your order...

Unit 23: What are your views?
Unit 24: Thank you for coming!
Unit 25: The first item on the agenda is...
Unit 26: We need to come to an agreement
Unit 27: When does ‘Yes’ mean ‘Yes’?
Unit 28: We need to meet...

Unit 29: Make yourself at home!
Unit 30: What shall we talk about?
Unit 31: Would you like to join me for dinner?
Unit 32: How do I get there?
Unit 33: Do you have a room available?
Unit 34: When things go wrong...

Unit 35: About the company...
Unit 36: Let me demonstrate...
Unit 37: How does it work?
Unit 38: Features and benefits!
Unit 39: Giving presentations
Unit 40: A great new product!


Common dictionary labels:
n = noun (e.g. book, person, happiness)
v= verb (e.g. walk, write, be)
adj = adjective (e.g. good, blue, quiet)
adv = adverb (e.g. slowly, nearly, always)
prep = preposition (e.g. in, on, at)
conj = conjunction (e.g. and, because, so)
excl = exclamation (e.g. oh, hi, wow)