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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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Your videos are really helpful for me I am watching these ( for improve my listening skill) 😃
And you talk really nice I can understand you more than a native speaker so thanks a lot for your helps ❤ GOOD LUCK FOR YOU
I use business English in writing mails in the professional zone. Talking to unknown when we need talk very less, while sharing the important information in less words. Basically I use it professionally.
Love it!! Would be great if you can upload more videos for business in US.. This was very helpful for me that I'm not native but work in US ... Also if you can give tips for interviews, what do we must consider?, more language tips, etc thanks! Good job with your pages! I'm a big fan of yours 😊
OK, Marina, my Maternal Grandmother told me this when I opened my Law Practice: " If you have a dime ($.10) in your pocket, and that is your last dime, go spend it on a 'shoe shine boy', and while he is shining your shoes, brag about how well you are doing, and how much money is pouring in. Never even tell your closest friend that you are broke. No one wants to associate with a failure." This was excellent advice to me, and I pass it on to you. By no means do I think you are doing badly, but remember this old saying for the future. Your Friend, Earl
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Hi Linguamarina, I differ with you on one phrase. It is downsizing. People who loose their jobs because of downsizing are not fired. They are laid off. Being fired is when a person looses a job because he is a bad employee. Being laid off is when one looses a job because of economic conditions. Downsizing is when a group of people are laid off.
Hi Marina, thank you a lot for useful information. But I think you missed the explanation of the phrase "word of mouth". It will be very helpful if you could add the skipped explanation either on comments or whatever area works best for you to include. Thank you.
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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