In today’s life, the pressure of learning a fine level of English increases day by day in workplaces. However, more & more companies invest in the globalization of their teams. Although mastering a different language requires time and resources that some people find hard to get. Here we provide a few ways that help you to improvise your English while setting some targets and activities in your daily routine.
1- Create a habit of reading in English:
Make a routine of reading the English news every morning, on your way to the office, or during breakfast. Although, many people use internet apps to explore the main stories and read them on their mobile phones on their way to work. A regular effort to reading English, builds momentum and creates a habit of learning.
2- Improvise English vocabulary:
Naturally, people watch films and their favorite series on television to develop their language skills. However, it’s important to learn the right style of English in the business sector. Although the business language is formal, some English expressions are common in a social & informal manner. To enhance your business-related vocabulary, you need to watch business programs, news, and documentaries on television. You also get to experience the phrases and idioms that are appropriate for a work situation, note them down and practice using them later on.
3- Set a learning goal for yourself:
Set a motivational goal for yourself, which you can do in an excellent manner and understand your learning process. Your aim can be as simple and consistent in maintaining your goals, and they must be realistic and achievable. However, focus on the SMART approach (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound). Once you set a goal for yourself, you can assess your progress through online tools and different applications.
Put yourself in real-life possibilities where you need to employ business. Get an opportunity to address your international business partners. Rather than composing an email, feel free to get the phone calls! Try to be a part of gatherings, occasions, meetings, and activities where you can practice. Socializing and communicating with English speakers at work or out of work could be of substantial benefit.
Consistency is the chief factor in learning a foreign language. It means taking many small frequent steps over a long course to cover large distances. Moreover, gaining fluency in business English is a ”long ball game” which means it takes time. Although, understand and adopt the right approach in your studies, maintain your motivation longer, and do what is necessary to achieve fluent English.
In the last, I hope this will help you to start improving your business English. Whatever time and effort you invest in learning will be rewarded later with improved fluency and awareness. However, successful people don’t make excuses, they do what is necessary to meet the goal.
Keep this in mind:
”Rome wasn’t built in a day”.