LINKS For more ELG resources and articles for lawyers and resources for international law students click “law students” US CONSTITUTION: WHAT IS A HIGH CRIME AND MISDEMEANOR? ARTICLES ELG ARTICLE: Drafting Contracts in English ELG ARTICLE: 10 Tips for Successful Negotiation with English Speaking Dealmakers ELG ARTICLE: Understanding the Structure of the American Court … Continue reading ENGLISH RESOURCES FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW STUDENTS
ARE YOU STUDYING MULTIMEDIA AND DESIGN AND WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH? THIS PAGE IS SPECIFICALLY CREATED FOR YOU RESOURCES FOR MULTIMEDIA AND DESIGN STUDENTS GRAMMAR REVIEW ING or Infinitive? English Verb Tenses: How to Choose the Right Verb Tense in English How to Become Fluent in English Writing in English That vs Which 10 … Continue reading ENGLISH LANGUAGE RESOURCES FOR MULTIMEDIA, ART and DESIGN STUDENTS
ENGLISH FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: CLICK THE LINK THAT APPLIES TO YOU: Communications Students Law Students Engineering Students Students in Food, Fashion & Luxury Multimedia Students ENGLISH FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS INTERACTIVE RESOURCES QUIZZES How Good is Your Basic English? How Good are you with using ARTICLES in English? Writing an English Cover Letter Quiz Since, … Continue reading English for University Students: Lessons, Courses, Books, Articles, Films
ELG BOOKSTORE CARRIES AMAZON PUBLICATIONS FOR LAWYERS PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR BOOKSHOP TO HELP SUPPORT THIS WEBSITE http://englishlanguageglobal.com/english-books/ Other publications for legal professionals 1. Professional English in Use by Gillian B Brown 2. Legal Language by Peter M Tiersma 3. The Redbook by Brian A Garner 4. Introduction to International Legal English by Jeremy Day 5. … Continue reading Books for lawyers
How is Legal English different from Standard English? Standard English has become a global phenomenon. But what about Legal English? Legal English has traditionally been the preserve of lawyers from English-speaking countries such as U.S., the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa) which have shared common law traditions. However, due to the spread … Continue reading How is Legal English different from Standard English?
Cours d’Anglais pour les Avocats Our courses for lawyers and professionals are designed for busy, telecommuter professionals on the go; and so we will travel to your office in Paris at no extra charge for your English meetings, at a convenient time for you. (Travel costs for meetings outside of Paris will be billed to … Continue reading Sample Courses
12 Things to Keep in Mind When you Teach Business English How you decide to approach teaching Business English will ultimately turn on your students. What area of business are they working in? What is their actual job title and responsibilities and how does English fluency play or factor into that? Do they for example, … Continue reading How to Teach Business English
Memos and Reports LAWYERS, BUSINESS PEOPLE and UNIVERSITY STUDENTS SOMETIMES HAVE TO WRITE MEMOS AND REPORTS. As an English language learner you may be wondering whether there is a difference between memos and reports and if so what is that difference? There are several. Memos are distinct but not totally dissimilar from reports. A … Continue reading MEMOS and REPORTS: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE?
15 WORDS FOR ENGINEERS AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS Automation: An automation engineer “can design, program, simulate and test automated machinery and processes. Automation engineers usually are employed in industries such as the energy sector in plants, car manufacturing facilities or food processing plants and robots.” Wikipedia Construction: “Construction Engineering is a professional discipline that deals … Continue reading ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR ENGINEERS: 15 COMMON WORDS YOU ABSOLUTELY MUST KNOW
THERE ARE MANY COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD WHERE YOU CAN STUDY ABROAD AND LEARN ENGLISH FOR FREE If you want to study abroad and learn English, it is very easy to do these days. There are different ways you can do it. You can simply take a language course abroad in a top international city … Continue reading 6 BEST COUNTRIES TO STUDY ABROAD AND LEARN ENGLISH FREE OR LOW COST