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Live English Language Classes For Freelancers


Writing for Freelancers

Course information

circle 10 lessons
clock 60 mins each
Group size 6 learners


Write clearly and professionally


Email is a critical business communication tool. To be taken seriously and be competitive you need to be able write professionally.

Our Email English course gives you systematic, comprehensive and interactive practice, support and guidance to build the skills and confidence you need to communicate effectively using email.


After completing this course you will be able to

  • Deal with orders, requests for information and payment.
  • Open and close your mails appropriately
  • Use the right level of formality
  • Use punctuation, spelling and abbreviations correctly
  • Write with better style and confidence

Course Schedule

Level: Pre-Intermediate / Intermediate

Start Date Days Time


Seats Remaining Lessons Price  
26 Mar 2012 Mon Wed Fri 07:00 - 08:00 6 10 $140 Register
26 Mar 2012 Mon Wed Fri 12:00 - 13:00 6 10 $140 Register


1. Preparing your CV2. Opening and closing letters3. Common mistakes
4. Agreeing terms5. Punctuation6. Replying to a request
7. Asking for payment8. Emails-being brief and direct9. Emails-being indirect and polite
10. Emails-being friendly  

Course Overview

Target Audience

  • Busineses professionals
  • Freelancers
  • Developers
  • Designers
  • Entrepreneurs

Key Content

  • Learn the basics
  • Get thorough practice in the grammar, fixed expressions and common writing conventions
  • Writing for business situations such as negotiating a deal, inquiring about orders and dealing with and making written complaints
  • Discuss your personal difficulties, exchange real emails and receive feedback from your trainer
  • Build a bank of model emails to use in your job


  • Pre-Intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Upper Intermediate


  • Understand and use the globally accepted conventions and style used by native English speakers to write business emails
  • Open and close your emails, use appropriate abbreviations, punctuation and spelling
  • Deal with orders, requests for information and payment.
  • Have the language you need to describe processes and business trends
  • Create convincing and informative emails by using appropriate styles: friendly or more formal, direct or more distant
  • Use a core of useful vocabulary, phrases and sentence structures to create clear and impactful emails
  • Make sure your attachments are read
  • Have a bank of email templates you can use for your everyday business communications



  • Email exchange with your trainer
  • Live role plays
  • Simulations
  • Interactive tasks
  • Focused conversation
  • Language activities such as gap fills and matching exercises
  • Vocabulary work