The new millennium has become an era of fundamental changes in almost all spheres of life - from economics and international politics to technology, science and human psychology. Therefore, today, in the context of the growing globalization of international business and economy, knowledge of the English language, which is a means of communication between people, is becoming a vital necessity. At the heart of corporate culture, and hence its internal and external manifestations, are communications. In turn, the quality of communication is determined by the level of proficiency in the language in which communication is carried out. At the same time, it should be understood that social and business communications are very different and knowledge of the English language, sufficient for everyday communication, is not enough for conducting high-quality business negotiations or economic research, etc.