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Practice English Conversation With Experts in Bangkok

English Conversation Practice lessons focus on making you a more confident Business English speaker at your job.

These lessons are best for some intermediate students & all advanced students.

ECSC’s experienced trainers will make sure you fully understand the vocabulary – word pairs, phrases, expressions, and idioms – before you practice conversation in class.

The stages of a typical conversation practice lesson for professionals and employees in Bangkok are as follows:

  1. You learn multi-words vocabulary that is useful in your career.
  2. The multi-words are clearly defined so you understand meaning.
  3. You learn how to pronounce the multi-words and when to use them.
  4. Realistic role-playing tasks show you situations to use the multi-words.
  5. The multi-words are summarized and reviewed so you remember them.

PLEASE NOTE: Lessons are focused on multi-words vocabulary so you can practice conversation and get better at communicating with other English-speaking professionals – which Thai professionals need to do.

ECSC's Conversation Practice lessons are spent learning multi-words vocabulary and actually using it in realistic professional situations.

Practice English conversation to learn three important things...

Where to Use Vocabulary

ECSC’s language experts help you build up Business English vocabulary for specific work “Environments” that are useful to you, such as in a Job Interview, in a Chat or Email discussion, in a Department Meeting, whatever you need.

When to Use Vocabulary

You will also learn multi-words for so many common “Situations” in the workplace, such as welcoming a candidate to your office, discussing a technical support issue with IT, and presenting sales figures in a spreadsheet.

Why to Use Vocabulary

Most importantly is understanding the right multi-words for specific “Purposes,” such as introducing yourself or others, asking for advice, making requests, offering your opinion, asking for feedback… the list of reasons to use English is endless.
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Multi-words allow you to practice English conversation to sound like a native speaker

Below are 8 Business English multi-words common in professional conversation.
“mull over”

Meaning: to think about something deeply before making a decision

Multi-word (in blue): I haven't decided what to charge per hour, I’m still mulling it over.

“vouch for”

Meaning: to confirm that someone is the person they claim to be

Multi-word (in blue): I used to work with Jane, I can vouch for her as a good manager.

“capitalize on”

Meaning: to get an advantage from an event or situation

Multi-word (in blue): There's a real opportunity to capitalize on the company's restructuring.

“not feasible”

Meaning: not able to be achieved or accomplished

Multi-word (in blue): I know he said we could finish the project by Friday, but that’s just not feasible.

“my hands are tied”

Meaning: unable to do something because of certain circumstances

Multi-word (in blue): I’d like to give you a raise, you deserve it. But my hands are tied by the pay freeze.

“back to square one”

Meaning: starting over on a project from the beginning

Multi-word (in blue): The client changed their logo & tagline, so we’re back to square one with the branding.

“Could you elaborate, please?”

Meaning: asking someone to explain something in more detail

Multi-word (in blue): I’m not sure what you mean by “the usual process.” Could you elaborate, please?

“Can you bring me up to speed?”

Meaning: asking someone to explain what has already occurred

Multi-word (in blue): I don’t know what changed, I missed the last two updates. Can you bring me up to speed?