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Andrew Ambrosius invites you to The Art of Business English (AOBE). The premier podcast for Spanish speakers who wish to improve their business English skills and confidence. Listen in as guests discuss their business experience and the ups and downs of learning English as a second language and applying it to their trade. These compelling interviews reveal how even the best had to go through the often daunting task of learning a second language. Be inspired as they share their stories and show us all that anyone with the desire and focus can work with international clients of all levels. In up-close-and-personal candid conversations, inspirational and empowering business leaders uncover the raw truth behind their business and their beginnings. Andrew asks those penetrating questions we all want to ask like , how can I overcome my fears and do business in English, even when I think my level is too low? What were the breakthroughs and sometimes breakdowns that got you to where you are now? And how have you overcome your fears and self doubt? This inspirational and uplifting show also gives listeners the opportunity to learn with our guests, as Andrew offers interesting tips and insight into how even the best can improve their business English skills. One of a kind and unique in every aspect. Welcome to The Art of Business English. 

Nov 24, 2020

Today we are teaching you some more advanced grammar tenses and how you can use them correctly to improve your English. This week we will be covering “be about to”, “Future Continuous” and “Future Perfect Simple”.

Nov 17, 2020

This week we are going to be covering three commonly used forms of the future. In this lesson you will learn how to use them in the correct context and use them like a native.

Nov 10, 2020

Here are 10 collocations with the word boost that you can add to your vocabulary and start using them now.

Nov 5, 2020

Today on the Art of Business English we are looking at some grammar, specifically, how to use “used to” and “would” for talking about past actions.