More advanced & natural Business English for entrepreneurs

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If you’re an entrepreneur, sounding more natural and authentic in English can help your business–and your confidence. And I have good news for you! You can sound much more natural by using some simple expressions that native speakers use all the time. Today you’ll get the ultimate guide to sounding more confident–by simplifying your English.

And remember: English speakers use the simplest language possible. 

If you learned English in school, there’s a chance you’re making things more complicated than they need to be. And that can make you sound cold, hard to relate to…it can damage rapport. As a business owner that’s not what you want. So let’s work on your Business communication together. Here are some great lessons you can use to sound more natural now.

Take the quiz at the end of this lesson!

Did you know that I’ve created a quick and easy quiz to go with this lesson so that you can practice everything you see here today? I want you to make this part of the English you actually use in real life! To try out today’s quiz, just scroll down to the last section and you’ll find the instructions there…and the answers too!


What you’ll learn in this article:

1. Business English Communication for Simple and Advanced English: get & got.
2. Business English Communication for Simple and Advanced English: hafta, gonna, gotta.
3. Business English Communication for Simple and Advanced English: this, that, these, those.


1. Business English Communication for Simple and Advanced English: get & got.

 Are you using expressions with “get” and “got”?

If not, there is a very good chance you sound overly formal when you speak English. 

Don’t use words like “obtain,” “become” or even “arrive” when you can use get or got instead. 

You’ll sound overly formal. You might seem cold or distant. And you definitely won’t sound like you’re natural, competent and confident self when you’re doing business. 

Let’s fix that now so that you can sound more relatable in English with your lesson on get & got. 


2. Business English Communication for Simple and Advanced English: hafta, gonna, gotta…

Alright, so now you know how native speakers use “get” and “got” to make their speech simpler–and more natural. 

But what do these expressions sound like when advanced speakers of English use them? 

And how can you sound more natural and advanced when you speak? 

The thing is, when we simplify, we also tend to remove some sounds. We don’t pronounce things the same way. And the more we are building rapport, the more true this is. 

Understanding the way we pronounce simple (and really common) expressions can make you sound a LOT more well, human when doing business.

And it can help you understand the people you’re doing business with too. 

I’ve got just the lesson for you if you want to use those expressions that make your English simpler–and sound natural when you do!

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3. Business English Communication for Simple and Advanced English: this, that, these, those.

This, that, these, those! You’ve learned all of these words before, but did you know that these simple expressions can help you in some advanced business situations?  

In fact, use these expressions correctly and you can communicate so many different things–like whether or not you like something. Or if you’re talking about something that will happen in the future…

Are you ready to learn some for the more advanced ways native speakers use simple expressions? Try this Business English lesson using this, that, these, and those.


Did you learn these expressions to make your English sound more simple AND more advanced? Take the quiz.

Each of the sentences below is missing a word. 
Use ‘this, that, these, those, get, got, hafta, gotta, gonna’ to complete the sentences. Remember, you’ll find the answers in the comments section below. 

“We _____________excited when we heard the news.”

“Can you  ____________me that report?”

“Sorry, I can’t come for drinks after work. I have to  ____________work late. I’ve  ____________get this proposal out before I leave.”

“Will you be at the conference  ____________ weekend?” 

“ ____________ new clients are difficult to manage!” 


Improve your English in the comments

The best way to become more confident using Business English is to practice!
Here’s your Confidence Challenge for this week:

  1. What’s one expression you learned today that you can imagine using in a business situation?
  2. Share it in the comments below.

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Are You an Entrepreneur Who Needs English for Your Business?

You know where you need to go with your business–and that your English can help you get there.

And if you want your English to work for you–you need to work on your English a little bit every day.
You need an English Habit that fits your busy schedule.
And that can take you to the advanced level of English you need.
You need the best possible strategies right now–because your time is precious.

So how do you do that?
You’ll find everything you need in the English Habits Starter Kit I created just for entrepreneurs and business owners.

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