Happy Monday, sweetie!

Once I heard a story. About a man. About a man who travelled to England on business. About a man who travelled to England on business and went out for a fancy business lunch with his clients. About a man who travelled to England on business and went out for a fancy business lunch with his clients and needed an extra napkin.

About a man who travelled to England on business and went out for a fancy business lunch with his clients and needed an extra napkin and asked the waitress Excuse me, do you have a diaper for me?”

O.
M.
G.

(This, of course, stands for Order Me Gin. Immediately!)
I was shocked when I heard this. And then I laughed. And then I thought. What can I do to protect those I love (this means you, darling) from making these crazy, silly mistakes? What can I create to make you feel comfortable, confident, and totally professional when it comes to using your English abroad?

By George, I think I’ve got it!

Get Your English Passport Proof! For free! 
On June 29 I’m releasing 5 free podcasts with worksheets. Each one deals with another aspect of English for travel – hotels, restaurants, renting a car, and more! Sign up on www.businessenglishcommunication.com and tell all your friends, colleagues, frenemies, and children to get in on the action – believe me, you don’t want to have them make mistakes like this in English! (Or do you? Because that’s mean. Don’t be mean.)

After my 5 podcasts, you’ll have a deeper understanding of new words and phrases to use when it comes to using English for travel. You can print out my handy PDF with all the phrases and take it with you when you go. Even if you already feel confident about using your English abroad, you’ll find new phrases for making a request, apologizing, dealing with a complaint, and more. It’s important to learn new ways of saying something, right? (Right.)

So, my dear, let’s get your English Passport Proof!

Wit lof from buffi (who is packing a suitcase in gleeful anticipation)