LEVEL: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

TYPE OF ENGLISH: Business English


Negotiating deals


This lesson teaches useful language for learners who need to negotiate in English. After studying vocabulary for describing the different stages in a negotiation, students listen to two extracts from a negotiation and study the tactics and key structures that are used by each side to make proposals, bargain, and reach a deal. At the end of the lesson, the students role-play a negotiation using the language from the lesson.




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Negotiating deals

Type: Business situations

Level: Upper Intermediate - Advanced

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