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CONVERSATION TOPICS - Business English

A list of conversation topics suitable for students of Business English.



Note:
  It's a good idea to pre-teach essential vocabulary before beginning a discussion.
  This will help students feel more comfortable and encourage them to participate.


CONVERSATION TOPICS - BUSINESS

Do you agree or disagree with the following statements?

  1. It doesn't matter whether you enjoy your job or not as long as it's a well-paid job.


  2. Self-employment is more stimulating than working for a large organisation.


  3. Social networks have rapidly become communication tools for many companies.
    They will be further developed for business in the future.


  4. Innovation is different from invention.


  5. In the future most companies will be online companies.
    There will be fewer offices and more call centres.


  6. Anyone who has contact with a customer is a salesperson - and that includes the person who answers the phone!


  7. Small companies can adapt more quickly to changes in the market place than large corporations.


  8. Companies become more efficient as they grow in size.


  9. More time is wasted during meetings than during any other business activity.


  10. It is impossible to have a successful career and a happy family life.
    You have to choose one or the other.


  11. It is impossible for young people to find a (good) job today without help from someone.


  12. A successful salesperson knows the strengths and weaknesses of competing products.


  13. Small companies cannot offer employees opportunities for promotion.


  14. There is more creativity in multinational companies than in small firms.


  15. Qualifications are more important today than ever before.



Please note that British English spelling is used on this website.

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