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Business English: A Practice Book

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Business English: A Practice Book
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Publisher: D.C. Heath & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B007O9OJUM
Number of pages: 400

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Business English as used in these pages means effective communication, both oral and written. The author's aim throughout has been to teach the art of using words in such a way as to make people think and act. To do this she has applied the principles of literary composition to the highly complex and ever increasing problems of our business life.

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