Business English – describing trends in bar charts and graphs – IELTS

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Hello Business English learners!
Great video for students preparing for IELTS (writing paper part 1) or Cambridge BEC.
Here is part 1 of a video series on this topic.
When you are describing graphs and charts in your power point presentations you need a range of English expressions, verbs, adverbs and nouns, all with the correct collocation of prepositions.
In this series of 3 videos I provide a variety of alternative phrases and sentences which will help you vary your presentation or discussion.
This business language to describe your charts accurately is important also to emphasise trends, and make your positive figures sound impressive.
The language range is also important to make your presentation interesting and keep your audience engaged in the content.

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Rich Walton
http://www.tesol-rich.com/
personal lesson plans for Business English

Comments

Yang Paul says:

Rich, this is no doubt an awesome lesson! I’ve eventually found out the
ultimate way in describing these annoying graphs, really appreciate your
sharing, keep it going :)

iononmiricordo says:

Keep it doing! I found it very helpful.

juliana londres says:

The explanation is just great and very helpful! Thank you!

Irene Prabandari says:

Great. Now, I know when to use ‘by’ 

Sergei Polovin says:
mekhala manori says:

Thank you very much for your grate guidance.`

Alfred92 says:

For me, one of the best English online teachers! Perfect visualization!

Khashayar Ronagh says:

Thank you very much.I am waiting for other parts.It is also useful for
IELTS English exam writing task1 that is included graphs and tables

Tesol Rich English says:

Hello Business English learners!
Here is part 1 of a 3-video series on this topic. When you are describing
graphs and charts in your power point presentations you need a range of
English expressions, verbs, adverbs and nouns, all with the correct
collocation of prepositions.
Thank you for subscribing!
Rich Walton
http://www.tesol-rich.com/
personal lesson plans for Business English

ViribusUnitis93 says:

great channel, thanks!

kaeduz24 says:

I love Business English. Thank you very much for the video. Excellent
explanation!!
Greetings from Peru.

Andrea Brussi says:

good, Rich, that’s fine, I wish you that your commitment will have an happy
end…

Franco Marini says:

Thank you for the video, Rich. Once again you did a good job! Now I’m
looking forward to seeing part 2 of the series. Have a nice day, ciao!

kaeduz24 says:

I love Business English. Thank you very much for the video. Excellent
explanation!!
Greetings from Peru.

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