By Andrew D. Miles
This booklet contains 1250 English expressions and examples for 250 universal company occasions (saying no to a call for participation, interrupting a gathering, giving excellent news etc.). it truly is quite worthwhile for those who converse English frequently at their activity or for college students who are looking to increase their enterprise English.
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Mike was never involved in this. May I come in here? May I come in here? In fact, new laptops tend to be lighter, not heavier. May I interrupt? May I interrupt? I do have something relevant to disclose. Could I say something? Could I say something? If we want lower costs we need other suppliers. Sorry to interrupt Sorry to interrupt, but someone‟s phone is ringing. 250 Ways to Say It in Business English Copyright by Andrew D. Miles and English for Business, 2010 79. INTERRUPT STRONGLY Please listen to me Please listen to me.
You are not the only person here. Won’t you let me give an opinion? Won‟t you let me give my own opinion? I demand the right to speak. Will you shut up for a minute, please? Will you shut up for a minute, please? Don‟t you see everyone‟s fed up? Can’t you be quiet? Can‟t you be quiet for a moment, for goodness sake? 250 Ways to Say It in Business English Copyright by Andrew D. Miles and English for Business, 2010 81. AVOID INTERRUPTION Perhaps we could leave that for later on? Perhaps we could leave that for some other moment.
Excuse me Excuse me. Could you read that once again please? What did you say? What did you say? I think I understood you wrongly. What was that again? What was that again? I‟m afraid I‟m a bit deaf. 58. ASK FOR SOLUTIONS What should we? What should we do now? How can we work it out? How can we work it out? Do you think you have the answer? What’s the way? What‟s the best way to solve this crisis? What is the solution? What is the solution? Shall we reset the system? How do we? How do we fix the engine?
250 Ways to Say It in Business English by Andrew D. Miles