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English for Freelancers - Negotiations

Course information

circle 10 lessons
clock 60 mins each
Group size 6 learners


Learn the language and techniques to get the best deals possible


Reaching an agreement and getting the best possible deal involves conflict of interest and uncertainty. This situation can be made even more difficult if you are unsure about using English in this complex environment.


After taking our Negotiating In English course you will:

  • Learn and practice English phrases commonly used in negotiations
  • Understand what is involved in different types of negotiation
  • Practice bargaining, recognizing and understanding the other person’s position
  • Practice saying ‘no’ while maintaining good relations with the other party

Course Schedule

Level: Pre-Intermediate / Intermediate

Start Date Days Time


Seats Remaining Lessons Price  
26 Mar 2012 Пн Ср Пт 07:00 - 08:00 6 10 $140 Register
26 Mar 2012 Пн Ср Пт 12:00 - 13:00 6 10 $140 Register


1. Accepting a proposal2. Resolving conflict3. Saying 'no'
4. Ending a negotiation5. Types of negotiation6. Preparation
7. Openings8. Bargaining and making concessions9. Recognising the other party’s position
10. Summarising and making plans  

Course Overview

Target Audience

  • Busineses professionals
  • Freelancers
  • Developers
  • Designers
  • Entrepreneurs

What you learn

  • Learn to read the signals from the language your opponent uses
  • Be prepared to get the best possible deal
  • Discuss tactics, formulate strategies and learn the English you need to do both
  • Close negotiations confidently


  • Pre-Intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Upper Intermediate



  • Use the right language to negotiate sales deals and agree to terms both inside and outside your company
  • Use the words, phrases and style to get the best bargain
  • Recognize the counter-party's position and make and accept proposals
  • Use familiar, neutral or formal styles of speaking so you can quickly adapt to different contexts and get the best deal for both parties


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