You go to work every day and every day you feel insecure about your English.
Maybe some days are better than others but you are always concerned that your colleagues won't understand you or that you'll look foolish or incompetent.
I want you to feel strong and confident when you are at work.
I want you to be able to focus on the things that matter, like your career and to forget about your insecurities when it comes to English.
The best way to do that is to learn vocabulary.
Vocabulary is a tool that you can pull out of your back pocket when you need it.
It keeps you confident because you always have the words you need.
Today I'll give you 3 of those important phrasal verbs to double your confidence at work.
Double Your English Confidence with 3 Phrasal Verbs
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3 Business English Phrasal Verbs to Double your Confidence
- Follow up: This means to continue the conversation with someone another time. Here is a sample sentence: "I'll follow up with an email next week."
- Get together: This means to meet someone, maybe for a business lunch or coffee. Sample sentence: "Let's get together for coffee next week and we'll talk strategy."
- Keep up: This means to compete with others or to stay at the same level. "We need to keep up with our competitors if we want to succeed."
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