Study of Language Features of Business English

Yanxin JIANG

Abstract


The paper is mainly about language features of Business English from the aspects of the definition and the role of Business English, the lexical and syntactic features of Business English, the rhetoric features and social formula of Business English. With the gradual economic globalization, the link among the world has gradually deepened. Under this economic situation, Business English has become an important communication tool in the process of globalization. Therefore, it is of great significance that the paper is related to the study of language features of Business English.


Keywords


Business English; Lexical and syntactic features; Rhetoric; Social formula

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6939

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