#83 Ideating
3 Minute English
by Paul, VenturEnglish
2y ago
What is ideating and what is an ideation. These words are becoming popular in business today, but they are not as new as you might think. We’ll talk about how to use them on this episode. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #83 Ideating appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#82 (You Don’t Have To) Take My Word For It
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by Paul, VenturEnglish
2y ago
Do you want people to confirm what you say or just trust you? You can use this phrase either way. We’ll talk about how on this episode. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #82 (You Don’t Have To) Take My Word For It appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#81 Make Up Your Mind!
3 Minute English
by Paul, VenturEnglish
2y ago
This can be quite a strong request, but you can also use it among friends or close colleagues. What does it mean and how can you use it? We take about this expression this week. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #81 Make Up Your Mind! appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#80 Get Used To OR Used To Do?
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by Paul, VenturEnglish
2y ago
Have these two phrases confused you in the past? They are so close but the meaning is so different. How do you use “Get used to” and “used to do”, and how can you recognize them. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #80 Get Used To OR Used To Do? appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#79 Trolling at Work
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by Paul, VenturEnglish
2y ago
This word, “trolling” has gotten a lot of attention recently. But not every meaning is bad. Here are some different ways you might use trolling at work. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #79 Trolling at Work appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#78 Gaslighting
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by Paul, VenturEnglish
2y ago
What happens when your boss or colleague accuses you of doing something you don’t remember doing? Or not doing something you are sure you did do? Are you being gaslighted? We talk about gaslighting in this episode. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #78 Gaslighting appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#77 Cut to the Cuts
3 Minute English
by Paul, VenturEnglish
3y ago
“Cut” is a word that just keeps coming up in English idioms. It means so much that sometimes it feels like it means nothing! So let’s look at three idioms using “cut.” All three have completely different meanings. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #77 Cut to the Cuts appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#76 Crickets and Ghosts, Oh My!
3 Minute English
by Paul, VenturEnglish
3y ago
Are we in the office or in the woods? What do crickets and ghosts have to do with business English? Do I hear crickets now? Are you ghosting me? I’ll answer all these questions in this episode! If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #76 Crickets and Ghosts, Oh My! appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#75 The Former or the Latter
3 Minute English
by Paul, VenturEnglish
3y ago
Do you get confused by these two options? Which one is the former, which one is the latter? What does former and latter even mean? We’ll discuss this and make it a little clear in this episode. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #75 The Former or the Latter appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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#74 Blue Sky Scenario
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by Paul, VenturEnglish
3y ago
More corporate speak? Well, yes, this idiom is from corporate speak too, and you may hear it in business. But this one might not be easy to understand. We’ll talk about the meaning and usage of “blue sky scenario” this week. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #74 Blue Sky Scenario appeared first on VenturEnglish ..read more
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