Could you ________ me to send this memo?
We were given a lot of information but I'm afraid I didn't ________
take it over
take it in
take it out
It's important not to _______ mistakes.
You need to be very ________ when dealing with the Client.
The action we take depends _____ the Client needs.
The meeting has been _______ .
Anticipating the stock market is ________ thing in the world
the most difficult
Which phrasal verb means 'mention'?
Which does not necessarily need to be included in a report?
Terms of Reference
Which document is intended to provide clients with information about an organization?
Native speakers' use the language often reflects their own cultural bias. They bring standard idioms play that, in their own environment, seem perfectly natural. They prefer a highly idiomatic use of the language. Phrasal verbs and slang creep into their expressions. Take example the issue of connected speech: "I've got to go to the bank" becomes "I gotta go to the bank.". These minor issues quickly overwhelming non-native speakers who are used to standard forms. This, of course, does not mean that native speakers use English incorrectly and speak in dialects. It does however mean native speakers tend to economize and use English which, in today's hyper-speed world, is constantly evolving terms of vocabulary, collocation and idiomatic usage.