Speak business English like an American
For better or worse, the American workplace is full of idioms. People don't begin a project. They GET A PROJECT OFF THE GROUND. They don't call each other to discuss progress. They TOUCH BASE. Later, if the project is not going well, they don't end it. They PULL THE PLUG. When idioms come up in conversation, you'll be prepared to respond confidently instead of becoming silent while thinking to yourself, What's he talking about? Sales WENT THROUGH THE ROOF? What roof? As you're asking yourself these questions, the conversation is continuing without you. Suddenly you're left behind. Before you know it, you're out of the loop. Sign up for the workshop to get a chance to practice your English and learn some cool business expressions.
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