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Ten Dynamic Expressions for Business

Sometimes we need some really dynamic expressions to help us express ourselves at work and today I have got some real crackers to help you sound super professional and speak like a native.

These expressions are not based on any particular category, they are just a list of expressions that I feel will add dynamism to your English when you are doing business.

 Let’s jump in and see what we can learn.

To have a great start to something

Meaning:

To begin well.

Example:

“We are having a great start to this quarter, sales are up by 20%.”

To take a glance at something

Meaning:

A quick look

Example:

“Richard, would you mind taking a quick glance at these sales figures?”

To be straightforward

Meaning:

Simple, or easy to do

Example:

“I think the solution to this problem is pretty straightforward.”

To be mindful of

Meaning:

To be conscious or aware of

Example:

“We need to be mindful of how this decision could affect other areas of the business.”

To be furious about

Meaning:

Very angry

Example:

“The boss is furious about the latest sales figures. I wouldn’t go near her office today.”

To be overwhelmed by

Meaning:

Saturated, overworked, too many things to complete

Example:

“I am completely overwhelmed with projects at the moment. I really need a holiday.”

To be keen on

Meaning:

Enthusiastic about

Example:

“I am really keen on finishing today’s meeting with all of our goals achieved.”

To be demanding

Meaning:

Challenging, difficult to complete, exhausting

Example:

“Having a very demanding boss can lead to a stressful work environment.”

To wrap things ups

Meaning:

To complete or finalize

Example:

“Before we wrap up today’s meeting, I would like to thank John for helping us complete our sales presentation ahead of time.”

To get to something straight away

Meaning:

Start immediately

Example:

“I will get to finishing that report straight away.”

Final thoughts

There is my list of ten dynamic expressions for business. I hope you found them useful and I look forward to reading your comments below. Be sure to share your dynamic expressions in the comments section.

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See you all next week, take care. 

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Andrew


Andrew is the CEO and founder of the Art of Business English. Besides teaching and coaching native Spanish speakers in Business English, he is also passionate about mountain biking, sailing and healthy living. When He is not working, Andrew loves to spend time with his family and friends.

Andrew Ambrosius

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