My Ultimate Guide to Describing Business English Graphs and Charts. Part 3: Putting it all together

Welcome to the 3rd part of my ultimate guide to describing charts and graphs.  If you missed parts one and two, check out my guides to vocabulary for graphs and verb tenses for graphs. After learning about vocabulary and verb tenses for describing charts and graphs, there are just a few things we need to…

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One group of business verbs that English learners always get wrong in emails. Here’s how to get them right!

One of the most common mistakes that I see on the end of business emails is the phrase: I look forward to hear from you  This may look correct to an English learner, but it looks very strange to a native English speaker. The correct version should be: I look forward to hearing from you …

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