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Public relations

Listen to a public relations account executive talk about how she got into public relations.

Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.


Language level

Upper intermediate: B2


It is nice to be here and read your excellent material
and also listen to it. Well done.

Thank you very much.

Best wishes

I couldn't be more grateful to the British Council LearnEnglish staff for all these great activities!!!
Invaluable support for a teacher, thank you for your dedication!!!

Hello Alessandra65,

Thank you for taking the time to let us know this. That's what we're here for! 

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Prepositions and verb tenses are always my weak points. Thank you for these tasks. I hope you can add more exercises like this in the future. (:

Again, many thanks!

hello! i'm new member. this web is so helpful and i wonder if you can post some topics about export and import, shipping, forwarding that my major, i want to improve vocabulary. Thank you.

Hello hanh Tran,

I'm not sure if we have any pages devoted to those specific topics, but you can find a wide range of topics related to professional interests and business in our Professionals Podcasts (this page) and our Business and Work section (this page). You might also want to look at our Business Magazine (this page).

I hope those links are helpful.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

well i am new in this site and i find it ferfect fof everybody who wants to learn or practice his/her English at all levels.

Hi, I need a English for law students on advanced or proficiency level, and also I need a material that contains lectures how to get interviewed or how to present myself in every situation in the best way. Can you recommend me some lectures from this site that is on advanced and proficiency level.Thank you very much. best regards.

Hi Fifademo,

We plan to publish some pages with Legal English content in the coming months, and you can also do a search for 'C1' for an advanced level or 'C2' for a proficiency level (assuming you're referring to Cambridge ESOL's CAE and CPE exams) to find pages at that level on LearnEnglish. You might also want to do some internet searches for MOOC courses in these topics or searches in YouTube for whatever topic you're interested in, as C1 and C2 are the level on which many pages made by academic native speakers are at.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

thank you Kirk best regards