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In this video I'll explain what these widely-used phrases mean:
To thom it may concern
Please find attached
Moving you to BCC
I’m CC’ing somebody in an e-mail
Start from scratch
9 to 5
Set deadlines / meet deadlines
To give the greenlight
Behind schedule / ahead of schedule
To catch up
Stay on budget / go over budget
Sign off on (something)
To be ahead of the curve
A ballpark figure
To kick off
To look at the big picture
To play by the book
To call it a day
To corner the market
Get in on the ground floor
To think outside the box
To touch base
Word of mouth
A Yes man
To play hardball
To let go
To set one's foot in the door
To be on the same page
To drop the ball
To be in the black
To be in the red
My hands are tied
Return on investment (ROI)
From the ground up
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I am a graduate student who is looking for a full-time job. I use business English in networking events and sometimes I struggle with the thank you emails after. Please make a video about how to start conversation in networking events, how to follow up after and how to touch base with your connections.
Love the video! By the way, do you think it's somewhat manageable to pass the Business English Certificate Higher (C1) without a course? I've just passed C2 with a grade B and wanted to make a step further and to challenge myself. But do you think it's even possible to lean it all on your own? Cheers! :)
I used to hate abbreviations! CFR, CDC,AG,AHA, DOD, DOI, DOE, DOC,ED,DOL, EPA, DOJ,FAR,VA,HHS,NIH,PD,SOW,PDF,PHS,RFP are the most common abbreviations which I see daily. In the beginning they were annoying but then I also start to use them on regular base.:)
Hello.First phrase, there is a mistake in the transcription of your speech : it is written "to thom it may concern" instead of the correct expression " To whom" !Thank you, Aude (a former English teacher).
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Hi marina! Thankyou for your video! But could you like to add english subtitle when u make a video about phrases/expressions? Because im still learning english so sometimes i dont understand what u talking about because i miss “the word” what u are saying..Just advice and keep inspire!love u💚
Thanks for this video. It's so useful. I will graduate from my bachelor degree soon and I wonder what other expressions we can use to impress in the CV or write emails for an university in case of being interested in a degree course.
I've been with my organization for almost 3 years.... and yet, I hardly ever use acronyms. I think it's because we already have so many that overlap with each other. Thankfully, I always keep my Excel sheet open (but minimized) with the ever-expanding list of acronyms we use... that way I can decipher everything that everyone is saying to each other. One column for the acronyms.... the next column for the definition.... and the last column for optional information as it pertains to me and my role(s) in the organization.
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As I know, expression "Word of mouth" is also used if people recommend some place/service/specialist by telling each other. It's kind of an advertisement that spreads around from person to person naturally.
Thank you thank you so much Marina ❤️ I really love your videos. they are so helpful in day to day life. I'm a management student and also preparing myself for an MBA program. In this video I was knowing approximately 30 expressions/ phrases already! That made me happy. Have a great day❤️
Thank you for creating those helpful videos. I am using business English in my job as a engineer for SW testing. Dealing with customers or my collegues. In personal life, I really want to step up with my English. I want to make profesional workshops or speeches about photography.
I just discovered your channel. It looks great thus far. On another note and FYI, I'd read recently that a resume is tailored for a specific job but a CV is really your (entire) work history. I've done a lot of professional development and at one time put together a course (including a manual) on the whole thingy about application letters putting together a resume (I may have used CV at the time), and through the interview phase.
IMPORTANT! There is a typo in the first phrase. The phrase is not “To thom it may concern,” it is “To whom it may concern”. I’d hate to see anybody slip up on their introduction, so that is the reason I am pointing this out.
Hello, Marina! Many thanks for the content of this video. I will sure add it to my work. It would also be great if you ever created a video with some business abbreviations as EOD, ROI, ETA etc. Besides, I am searching for scholarship for masters now in the US, so if you have any advice, please do contact me. Thanks in advance!
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Thanks for all your wonderful videos believe me it's really working for me with a greater improvement.
My request if you could make a new videos for sales professional jargons/idoms used by professional veterans in the meetings of sales or presentation. I would be really glad to hearing from you.
I just started to work in a multinacional Swedish company, but here in Brazil, and every single day I have to read, write and sometimes speak in English with people from all over the world. And I'm sure that I still make too many mistakes, but I'm trying get better every day while I can share the experience to comunicate with people from different places. Thanks for sharing your useful tips with us.
PS: I'm also learning Russian. =)
Hello Marina, this video is amazing! I need to use the business English to write e-mails and talk with several supplier from world. I need to do negotiation and follow the import process to Brazil. Also, the company which I work has units around the world.
Thanks so much for providing so much useful information. it really helps me and my business. when I wrote business letter i tend to use academic way of writing. I think it may sound a bit odd to my business partner. but, since watched your video, I learned a lot from it and I think I can use these phrases or jargons in my future emails. thanks again and looking for seeing your more videos.
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