Business Communication



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Contents

Focus and Attention & Communication


Description: Listening for Understanding, Focus, and Attention are key for effective communication, helping to overcome barriers like distractions, misunderstandings, and lack of engagement, fostering clarity.


Case Study


Description: A case study involves detailed analysis of a specific instance, prompting questions to explore underlying issues, solutions, and outcomes.


Phrase, Clause & Sentence


Description: A phrase is a group of words without a subject-verb pair, a clause includes a subject and verb, and a sentence is a complete thought.


Verbs, Participle & Modals, Complements


Description: Verbs indicate actions or states. Participles are verb forms used as adjectives. Modals express abilities or possibilities. Complements complete the meaning of a predicate.


Subject-Verb Agreement


Description: Complements complete predicates. Sentences are classified by structure as simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. Subject-verb agreement ensures subjects and verbs match in number.


Practice Exercise & Tenses


Description: Practice exercises in tenses improve understanding and correct usage of past, present, and future forms.


Active Passive Voice & Direct & Indirect Speech


Description: Active voice highlights the subject's action. Passive voice shifts focus to the object. Direct and indirect speech convey spoken words.


Rules for Changing Speeches


Description: To change direct to indirect speech, adjust pronouns, verb tense, and expressions of nearness to distance. Exclamatory sentences convert to statements or expressions with exclaimed or said.


Types of Vocabulary & Connotation


Description: Types of vocabulary: active (used regularly), passive (understood but not used), and academic (specialized knowledge). Connotation adds emotional nuance.


Jargon & Synonyms & Antonyms


Description: Jargon: specialized terminology within a field. Business jargon includes terms like synergy or leverage. Synonyms are words with similar meanings; antonyms have opposite meanings.


Collocations & Idioms


Description: Roots of words form their core meanings. Loanwords are borrowed from other languages. Prefixes and suffixes modify roots. Phrasal verbs, collocations, and idioms enrich language usage.


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