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    Jun 13

    IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES (part-4)

      A BRAINWAVE:  An unexpected clever idea or insight; a stroke of genius; a sudden inspiration. “I had the brainwave of installing a Bluetooth System in my car radio, connected to the GPS, which would allow the car to run more-or-less on autopilot. Tests begin tomorrow.” “Who was it who had the brainwave to inflate […]

    Jun 13

    Question 46: How many hours a week do you normally work?

      TRAPS: You don’t want to give a specific number. Make it to low, and you may not measure up. Too high, and you’ll forever feel guilty about sneaking out the door at 5:15. BEST ANSWER: If you are in fact a workaholic and you sense this company would like that: Say you are a […]

    Jun 12

    IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES(part-3)

      A BIT MUCH: Over-exaggerated; over-stated; too flashy; over the top. “I found the accusations in your speech towards the Prime Minister a bit much, a bit over the top, I would say.” “Appearing in court with pink hair and a ring in your nose before the judge was a bit much. Don’t you think?” […]

    Jun 12

    Question 45: What do you worry about?

      TRAPS: Admit to worrying and you could sound like a loser. Saying you never worry doesn’t sound realistic. BEST ANSWER: Redefine the word ‘worry’ so that it does not reflect negatively on you. Example: “I wouldn’t call it worry, but I am a strongly goal-oriented person. So I keep turning over in my mind […]

    Jun 11

    Question 44: Where could you use some improvement?

      TRAPS: Another tricky way to get you to admit weaknesses. Don’t fall for it. BEST ANSWER: Keep this answer, like all your answers, positive. A good way to answer this question is to identify a cutting-edge branch of your profession (one that’s not essential to your employer’s needs) as an area you’re very excited […]

    Jun 11

    IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH: IDIOMS AND PHRASES(part-2)

    A BAREFACED-LIE: A bold and brazen untruthful statement; a shameless, obvious lie. “Don’t try tell me you gave the money to some poor old woman. That’s a brazen and barefaced-lie.” “When you claim you don’t desire other women, I can see that you are telling a barefaced-lie.” “Don’t try to deny you stole the cookies; […]

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