ESL Session 12: Setting a Professional and Polite Tone at Work

English Events

Thursday, March 3, 2022, 5:00 – 6:00 PM UTC

In this ESL session, we will discuss the difference between formal and informal language as well as how to use polite forms when asking questions, making requests and offering suggestions.


About this event

By attending this session, you will learn the appropriate tone used in workplace settings. Some of the questions we will explore in our session include: What language forms work best in a work situation ? When is it appropriate to use informal language? What forms in questions, requests, and comments are considered too informal for workplace communication?

Forthcoming sessions:

  • March 7, 2022 - Session 13 - Describing your Dream Job
  • March 9, 2022 - Session 14 - Presenting your Work
  • March 11, 2022 - Session 15 - Navigating Cross-Cultural Differences in the Workplace-
  • March 15,2022 - Session 16 - Writing a Cover Letter and a Follow Up Thank You-
  • March 17, 2022 - Session 17 - Finding the Right Tone -
  • March 21, 2022 - Session 18 - Hitting it Out of the Park ! Understanding idioms, special phrases and cultural references in an American Workplace.-
  • March 23, 2022 - Session 19 - Misunderstandings: why they occur and how to avoid them at Work
  • March 25,2022 - Session 20 The Spoken vs Written word: rules, broken rules and getting your meaning across.
  • March 28, 2022 - Session 21 Practicing and critiquing Interview Skills in a Mock Interview-

About our ESL program:

Level up with your English language skills at Turing! As a software developer, it’s critical that your communication skills are impeccable, and our ESL program will set you up for success. At Turing, we are here to support you 100% and by participating in these sessions, you will become confident with your English language skills. At our interactive ESL sessions, we'll guide you through the many aspects of English that you will need to succeed in Silicon Valley. Join us and bring your energy, enthusiasm, and questions, and let's build together!