Interested in Corporate English Courses?
Our Corporate English Courses are offered online and face-to-face at our Bristol, UK school.
These courses will help you improve your English level. We can help you with emails, presentations and business vocabulary. Being able to use the appropriate language in a business setting can make you feel more comfortable and able to express your views and opinions.
This is an example of the type of exercises you’d do during the course. We offer different levels and courses can be tailored to your specific industry.
Corporate English Courses - Exercise Example
Match the work idioms to their correct meaning
- Against all odds b) go to any lengths c) be in two minds
- Do whatever possible to get something done
- Be undecided
- Achieve something despite significant difficulties
Now complete the sentences with the correct expressions
1 Margaret is ____________ about whether she should change her job at this point.
2 Some companies will _____________ to maximise profits.
3 Despite a hostile market, Avcon’s share prices rose ________________.
Check the answers
Against all odds – Achieve something despite significant difficulties
Go to any lengths – Do whatever possible to get something done
In two minds – be undecided
1 Margaret is in two minds about whether she should change her job at this point.
2 Some companies will go to any lengths to maximise profits.
3 Despite a hostile market, Avcon’s share prices rose against all odds.