Proportion means part in the sense of how much of something. So, for example ¾ is a 75% proportion. Exports account for a small proportion of total sales but, on the other hand, add significantly to overall profits. International students comprise a growing proportion of the student population. Research shows that an 80% of purchase decisions […]
10 Expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing The CEO is about to step down. It’s going to happen (quite / very) soon. The CEO is going to announce his dismissal in (just) a moment / minute. We will be starting the conference in (just) a few minutes. Any second / minute / day now, […]
If something is complex, it is not simple and that means it can be hard to comprehend. Synonyms: complicated, tangled, elaborate, Gordian, difficult, knotty, tricky. In other words, it is an adjective that describes something composed of many parts and normally takes a long time to study or understand. It can be used in a neutral […]
10 examples to substitute the verb “To Get” for an Action verb. “We need to get better results this quarter”: Obtain, Achieve, Attain, Reach. “The new Sales Manager needs to get her business cards ASAP”: Receive. “We got some pizzas for the team”: Buy (bought), Purchase (purchased), Order (ordered). “I got an entry-level salary proposal […]
10 Expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing You must be Anne’s business partner. How’s you new business development manager performing so far? Nice weather this time of the year, isn’t it? What’s new? How have you been? I haven’t seen you for ages. What have you been up to? Are you still working for […]
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