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  Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch "Agreement" An arrangement between two or more parties (people or companies). If you put what’s been agreed on into a legal document, you’re creating a legal agreement with them. Sample Sentence: "It seems that...

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Brouhaha (Brew Ha Ha)

Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch to confirm a meeting or a date and an appointment in Business English Sample Sentence: 1. "Please could you confirm that you will be attending the meeting on the 15th?" 2. "Please could you confirm the date of the...

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Kerfuffle

To explain: This phrase is said when someone in the USA orders a pizza which has anchovies on it. Some people do not like anchovies and so they do not want them on their pizza. The phrase which begins, "Hold the -----" means "I do not want it." This phrase is usually...

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Thingamabob (Thing-a-ma-Bob)

 Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch "To bite off more than you can chew." If you put too much food in your mouth at once, it’s difficult to eat. Likewise, if you accept too much work or a project that is too big or difficult, you might not be able to...

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To be an Indian Giver

  Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch 'Multitasking' This means doing several tasks at the same time. Men are not noted for being good at Multitasking..... Sample Sentence: "My wife’s good at multitasking – I’m so impressed with the way she...

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Malarkey

Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch 'To pull strings' What happens when you pull the strings to a puppet? It does what you want it to do. This phrase means to use your power or influence to make something happen that would usually be difficult or...

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Lollygag

Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch To brainstorm This means to spend time thinking up lots of ideas on a topic or problem. Eg: Let’s brainstorm new ideas for the advertising campaign and then choose the best ones to develop further.   Law English...

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Cattywampus

Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch "To get the ball rolling" This idiom means to start something, usually a project or process. sentence example: "Come on guys let's get the ball rolling on this new billion-dollar project by contacting some of our...

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April Fools‘ Day

'April Fools’ Day'— is celebrated on the first of April every year. It has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, though its exact origins remain a mystery. April Fools’ Day traditions include playing hoaxes or practical jokes on others, often...

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DISCOMBOBULATED (confused, disconcerted)

 Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch To be on the ball This phrase comes from the sports field. When you are on the ball, you have to be alert and sure not to make any mistakes. It means the same at work. Sample Sentence: Eg: "Samantha’s great – she’s...

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09627 Bobritzsch
+49 373 252 3875