Business English online tutors for private lessons

Spending lots of time looking for a great business English tutor? Dare we say your search is over, for you're in the right place. LiveXP has loads of great tutors to choose from. The business English teacher that's right for you is definitely here. We understand how important English is these days, especially for entrepreneurs and people who mean business (pun totally intended!). And we're tried to make LiveXP the best place where you can find English teachers that will help you achieve your goals. And it's not only about language, because we understand that languages is only a tool for achieving other goals, too. Maybe there is a business trip you need to prepare for? Or you're working on a presentation? What if you need to negotiate a contract with your business partners and discuss the conditions of your collaboration? We've got you covered. Have a look at our professional tutors, take your pick, and start learning!

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How to learn business English?

You should team up with a qualified business-English tutor. You need one if you want to feel more confident making presentations, be a better negotiator in English, or write business emails like a pro.

How to improve business English?

It's about motivation. To keep your motivation up, you should know your goal and know your current level. It's important to be realistic and not set impossible goals of mastering English in 2 weeks.

Should I choose a business English tutor online or offline?

We're all pressed for time these days. Especially, business people. Which is why it makes more sense to choose an online business English tutor. With online learning, you don't need to travel anywhere and can take lessons at home or in the office. You can save a lot of time on commuting to and from classes.

Do I need a native-speaking business English teacher?

It depends on how well you speak English at the moment. If you're only starting out and have not gone beyond the intermediate level, it would be more effective for you to have a tutor who speaks your native language. This way, they clarify anything for you in a way that's the most understandable. But if you're already a confident English speaker, you can benefit from lessons with a tutor who's a native speaker.

How to choose a great business English teacher?

There are several things to pay attention to when choosing a tutor.
  1. Introduction video. It'll give you an idea of how this tutor is, how they speak, how they carry themself.
  2. Rating. But don't just look at the numbers. Read what other students are saying in their reviews.
  3. Qualifications. In the tutor's profile, see if they mention any certifications they have.
  4. Have a trial lesson with a tutor. What's great about trial lessons is that you'll be able to see if you and the tutor click as people. We all learn better with people we like.
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