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500 Office English Phrases

Author : Claire Luo
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English phrases are an essential part of the English language. As a matter of fact, one key difference between native English speakers and non-native English speakers is native English speakers tend to use all kinds of phrases. If you want to make sure your English sounds more native, if you want your English to be more interesting and dramatic, you have come to the right place. A lot of English learners will find their language plateaued after a few years of hard work. They can speak the language, in a general sense. They have no problem understanding others. However, their speaking is still not fluent enough, not accurate enough, not native enough, not interesting enough. Their English is adequate for basic communications, but still not good enough. They are not able to engage in interesting and deep conversations with native speakers. If you are in such situations, you have also come to the right place. Mastering English phrases will help you break through the plateau. Mastering English phrases will help you really master the language. Examples: go down the drain: be totally wasted. Example 1: The government must stop public money from going down the drain. Example 2: Due to this stupid mistake, all my three months of hard work went down the drain.down cold: mastered perfectly. Example 1: I've got this down cold. Example 2: I have this presentation down cold.pull one's weight: do one's fair share of work that a group of people is doing together. Example 1: Since the project is under water right now, do you mind pulling some extra weight? Example 2: I am warning you. If you don't start pulling your weight, you'll lose your job. tee up: make detailed arrangements or preparations. Example 1: We need to tee up the ideas with the engineers today because tomorrow will be too late. Example 2: Let me tee this up with the manager for our next week's meeting. fall through the cracks: negligent due to other important things. Example 1: The issue has not been followed up. It must have fallen through the cracks. Example 2: It has been a hectic quarter for us. Some of the less urgent problems have fallen through the cracks
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Pages: 128
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-04-12 - Publisher:

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