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financial english

Financial English: Essential skills

360,00 
  • 24 teaching units
  • 12 weekly lessons
  • 90 minutes
  • Format: Group (3-8)
  • Place: Online
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course start: 2023-01-23
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course end: 2023-04-26
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Registration end: 2023-01-20
Course ID: FEES_1
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2 units (90 minutes) / 4 units (180 minutes) / 6 units (270 minutes) / 8 units (360 minutes) / 10 units (450 minutes) / 12 units (540 minutes)

Semi-intensive:
25 units (1.125 minutes) distributed to 5 half-day lessons, 5 units (225 minutes) per day

Intensive:
24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 3 full-day lessons, 8 units (360 minutes) per day

1. Course description

Financial English: Essential skills course is for learners who want to master the fundamentals of Financial English. It provides you with the essential skills, tools, and terminology to operate in a financial environment. Course content is designed around the basics of Finance and covers relatively easy financial English vocabulary, grammar, reading, and discussion.

ZENITH lingo’s Essential skills category is comparable to globally-known lower-intermediate or CFER’s B1.1 level of language learning; however, they are not necessarily the same. This category of classes is an entry-level learning experience for professionals who intend to explore the language and the subject it is based on.

  • Pre-requisite: 

    lower intermediate – B1.1 level of Financial English

  • Target level: 

    intermediate – B.1.2 level of Financial English

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2. What you will learn

In this course, you will expand your key Financial English vocabulary and boost your confidence in discussing financial standards and regulations. In addition, you will learn how to use grammar to express your opinion to other finance professionals.

 

3. Who is this course for?

  • Accountants
  • Accounting professionals
  • Accounting students
  • Auditors
  • Financial analysts
  • Finance students
  • Business administrators
  • Business owners
  • Tax consultants
  • Tax advisors
  • Economists
  • MBA students
  • Accountancy students
  • Traders

 

4. Course program

Lesson 1

Reading and Discussion: Finance

  • Spender, Saver, and Investor

Listening and Discussion: Finance

  • Changes in the bank system

Financial English Vocabulary: Finance

  • Essential financial vocabulary

 Grammar:

Lesson 2

Reading and Discussion: Banking

  • Bank products and services
  • Commercial banking
  • Microfinance

Listening and Discussion: Banking

  • Commercial banking
  • Microfinance

Financial English Vocabulary: Banking

  • Bank products and services

Grammar:

Lesson 3

Reading and Discussion: Venture Capital

  • Raising capital
  • A business plan
  • Investing in start-ups

Listening and Discussion: Venture Capital

  • Investment
  • Managing new companies
  • Successes and failures

Financial English Vocabulary: Venture Capital

  • A business plan

Grammar:

Lesson 4

Reading and Discussion: Bonds

  • Bonds

 Listening and Discussion:

Bonds

  • Bonds and subprime mortgages

Financial English Vocabulary: Bonds

  • Bonds

Grammar:

Lesson 5

Reading and Discussion: Stocks and shares

  • Stock market
  • Hedge funds

 Listening and Discussion: Stocks and shares

  • Securities, commodities, and currencies

Financial English Vocabulary: Stocks and shares

  • Describing trends

Grammar:

Lesson 6

Reading and Discussion: Derivatives

  • Main types of derivatives
  • Using futures and derivatives

 Listening and Discussion: Derivatives

  • Hedge funds

Financial English Vocabulary: Derivatives

  • Derivatives

Grammar:

Lesson 7

Reading and Discussion: Accounting and financial statements

  • Principles of Accounting
  • Branches of Accounting
  • Balance Sheet

Listening and Discussion: Accounting and financial statements

  • Valuing Assets

Financial English Vocabulary: Accounting and financial statements   (English for Business Studies)

  • Essential Accounting Vocabulary

Grammar:

Lesson 8

Reading and Discussion: Accounting and financial statements   (English for Business Studies)

 

  • Principles of Accounting
  • Branches of Accounting

Balance Sheet

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 9

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 10

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 11

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 12

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 1

Reading and Discussion: Finance

  • Spender, Saver, and Investor

Listening and Discussion: Finance

  • Changes in the bank system

Financial English Vocabulary: Finance

  • Essential financial vocabulary

 Grammar:

Lesson 2

Reading and Discussion: Banking

  • Bank products and services
  • Commercial banking
  • Microfinance

Listening and Discussion: Banking

  • Commercial banking
  • Microfinance

Financial English Vocabulary: Banking

  • Bank products and services

Grammar:

Lesson 3

Reading and Discussion: Venture Capital

  • Raising capital
  • A business plan
  • Investing in start-ups

Listening and Discussion: Venture Capital

  • Investment
  • Managing new companies
  • Successes and failures

Financial English Vocabulary: Venture Capital

  • A business plan

Grammar:

Lesson 4

Reading and Discussion: Bonds

  • Bonds

 Listening and Discussion:

Bonds

  • Bonds and subprime mortgages

Financial English Vocabulary: Bonds

  • Bonds

Grammar:

Lesson 5

Reading and Discussion: Stocks and shares

  • Stock market
  • Hedge funds

 Listening and Discussion: Stocks and shares

  • Securities, commodities, and currencies

Financial English Vocabulary: Stocks and shares

  • Describing trends

Grammar:

Lesson 6

Reading and Discussion: Derivatives

  • Main types of derivatives
  • Using futures and derivatives

 Listening and Discussion: Derivatives

  • Hedge funds

Financial English Vocabulary: Derivatives

  • Derivatives

Grammar:

Lesson 7

Reading and Discussion: Accounting and financial statements

  • Principles of Accounting
  • Branches of Accounting
  • Balance Sheet

Listening and Discussion: Accounting and financial statements

  • Valuing Assets

Financial English Vocabulary: Accounting and financial statements   (English for Business Studies)

  • Essential Accounting Vocabulary

Grammar:

Lesson 8

Reading and Discussion: Accounting and financial statements   (English for Business Studies)

 

  • Principles of Accounting
  • Branches of Accounting

Balance Sheet

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 9

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 10

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 11

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

Lesson 12

Reading and Discussion:

Listening and Discussion:

Financial English Vocabulary:

Grammar:

 

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