Reflection on the Present Situation and the Teaching Innovation of Business English Teaching in Colleges

Chunling GENG

Abstract


With the development of market economy, the deepening of reform and opening up and the economic globalization, business English teaching has attracted more and more attention in the universities, showing a hitherto unknown development momentum. However, there are still many problems in Business English Teaching in China, which will affect the improvement of the quality of business English teaching and the healthy development of business English majors. This article, starting from the connotation of business English, points out the problems in Business English teaching, analyzes the reasons, puts forward the business English teaching reform, and finally aims to improve the quality of business English teaching and cultivate high-quality Business English talents.

Keywords


Business English; Teaching situation; Teaching reform

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

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