12 Business Idioms For Managers Here are 12 Business Idioms for managers. I hope you enjoy reading, remembering and using them:) 1) Steep learning curve The initial difficulty of learning something that is considered to be very challenging. The manager thought the new employee showed great potential but knew it would be a steep learning...
Category: Phrasal Verbs and Idioms
Time for a holiday
TIME FOR A HOLIDAY A PHRASAL VERB STORY It was time for a holiday. I was finally getting away. I was very excited even though I was only driving a few hours to a beach. The following morning I loaded up the car, and I set off. I went to the gas station and filled...
Phrasal Verbs, The Grammar Explanation
Phrasal verbs, the grammar explanation. We use Phrasal verbs all the time in English. We often learn them by hearing or reading them and we never learn the grammar behind them. As you know, a phrasal verb comprises a verb and a particle or, sometimes, two particles. The particle often changes the meaning of...
Idiom Quiz Time Idioms Relating to the Sea and Ocean
Idiom Quiz Time 🙂 Test your knowledge of idioms relating to the sea and ocean:) I hope you enjoy them 🙂 Check out my courses here, Thanks for the great comments you have already sent me. I love getting your feedback:)
Nine Weather Idioms
Nine Weather Idioms Here are nine weather idioms. All are related to the weather but are not about the weather. The can be used un everyday or business English. I hope you enjoy them:) Remember you can check out all my courses here. I teach adults and teen, levels A2, B1, B2, C1+ and specialise...
Business Idioms (2)
BUSINESS ENGLISH IDIOMS (2) BUSINESS ENGLISH IDIOMS (2) is the second in the series of our business idioms. I hope you enjoy the video:) Check out my business courses here. https://theenglishlanguagecoach.com/business-english/
5 Business Phrasal Verbs using Roll
Check out our 5 Business Phrasal Verbs using Roll How many more phrasal verbs using roll can you think of? Remember to practice making sentences using the phrasal verb roll 🙂 Don’t forget to check out my Business English courses here
My Typical Day Working At Home.
My Typical Day Working At Home. An Introduction to a Phrasal Verb Story Here is my typical day working at home. I, like many people, have been working at home for a year. I work on my computer from 8am to 6pm. 7am. I wake up when the alarm rings long and loud. I...
Five Unusual Business Idioms
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9 Office Buzzwords