Go Trek
Business Course

Coursework

Learn the English you actually want to use. We've prepared the materials to make it happen.
Designed to teach you the real English used in American companies today.

Designed to teach you the real English used in American companies today.

Designed to teach you the real English used in American companies today.

12 different themes, one per month.

Covers reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

Covers reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

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Get personalized corrections of "Your English" in both writing and audio.

Trek won't teach English that will get you a higher score on a test. Instead, you'll learn English designed to help you scale your ability to communicate. Your teacher will correct and provide feedback on each and every one of your written and audio answers.

In general, you will have one teacher with you throughout the course.
He or she will help you find areas you're weak in and teach you how to improve them.

Go Trek

This course focuses on teaching practical English that can be used in professional settings. It was created by native speakers of English who have work experience in a variety of fields.

We aim to help you build a strong foundation in business English by providing opportunities for daily practice. We've researched current standards for business English and consulted business professionals living in the United States in order to make sure that you are learning language that's relevant in a variety of professional contexts.


The simultaneous interpreter and business English advisor, Eriko Sekiya, took part in developing the coursework, making sure the materials are relevant and well-rounded.

"I can read emails in English,
but when it comes time to write a response, I freeze, because I don't know what to write."

The reason you can't express yourself when the need arises is due to a lack of practice and output.

With HiNative Trek, you can learn phrases used in actual situations from the American business scene and finally master "English for the workplace".
Daily practice is everything, and Trek is here to support you!

12 different themes, one per month.

  • January

    Brainstorming and Communicating Ideas

    You will learn language that you can use to make suggestions, express your opinions, and offer colleagues constructive criticism.
  • February

    Talking about your Skills & Work Experience

    You will learn language that you can use to talk about your career and work experience. You will also learn how to promote and market your skills during job interviews and in cover letters and resumes.
  • March

    Business Meetings

    You will learn language that you can use to set up and reschedule meetings, write agendas, and correspond with attendees. You will also learn how to present and discuss problems at meetings.
  • April

    Conversing with Colleagues

    You will learn language that is useful for communicating with colleagues in various contexts. You’ll learn how to introduce yourself, express your likes and dislikes, and ask your colleagues about their likes and dislikes. You’ll also learn how to offer and request help and speak as a representative of a team.
  • May

    Business Idioms

    You will learn how to use idioms that are frequently used in business contexts.
  • June

    Speaking with Potential Clients

    You will learn language that you can use to promote products and services on sales calls or in sales emails and presentations. You’ll also learn how to respond to requests for information, follow up with potential clients, and make compelling offers.
  • July

    Business Negotiations & Client Relations

    You will learn language that you can use to communicate with clients and maintain professional relationships with them. You’ll learn how to request updates, talk about delays, and explain mistakes. We also introduce you to standard strategies that will allow you to negotiate contracts and agreements.
  • August

    Telephone Skills (1)

    You will learn how to answer, transfer, and state the purpose of calls. You’ll also learn language that you can use to participate in and talk about conference calls.
  • September

    Telephone Skills (2)

    You will continue to learn language that you can use on business calls. This month, you’ll learn how to provide information over the phone, respond to client requests, and talk about calls that you’ve received.
  • October

    Business Emails

    You will learn basic strategies for composing business emails. You’ll explore the difference between formal and casual forms of addressing people and practice writing subject lines. You will also learn how to compose compound sentences that can help you communicate effectively.
  • November

    Attending Conferences

    You will learn language that you can use to create business presentations. Your teachers will help you develop strategies for presenting content at meetings and conferences.
  • December

    Business Presentations

    You will learn language that you can use to construct business presentations. Your teachers will help you develop strategies for presenting content at meetings and conferences.