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Message  gerardM Mar 19 Sep - 18:30

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Message  gerardM Mer 20 Sep - 14:57




10 Business Idioms Commonly used in the Workplace
There are many idioms used in the business World. If you don’t understand these expressions, it’s easy to get lost in a conversation. Below is a table of 10 most common idioms used at work.…
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  • Call it a day


To quit work and go home; to say that a day’s work has been completed.E.g. “I’m tired. Let’s call it a day.”
The boss was mad because Bill called it a day at noon.”
  • Grey area (UK) / Gray area (US)


This means something that is not clearly defined and needs careful judgement.
E.g. “It exists in a grey area between legal and illegal.”
“It’s a grey area isn’t it?” (Meaning the speaker is talking about an unsure concept).
  • Back to the Drawing Board


This means that a previously established plan isn’t working and that it is time to re-plan.
E.g. “My job interview went horribly! I have to go back to the drawing board.”
  • Big picture


Means the overall perspective or objective, not the fine detail.
E.g. “Although we all have all specific tasks to do, our leader makes sure we don’t lose sight of the big picture.”
  • On the same page


In broad agreement, or sharing a common general understanding or knowledge
E.g. “I want to make sure we’re all on the same page with this new project.


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Message  gerardM Mer 20 Sep - 19:55




English Prepositions: AT – IN – ON

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Message  MurielB Mer 20 Sep - 21:57

Gérard a écrit:
Hey, I thought I was the only one to speak about "the music of English language"...
Gérard I suppose you prefer American English music but I have only found a video about British English music


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Message  gerardM Jeu 21 Sep - 17:36




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Message  gerardM Jeu 21 Sep - 18:37




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Message  MurielB Jeu 21 Sep - 21:59

Gérard irregular verbs vs regular verbs are not difficult to memorize only those which are irregular in British English and regular in American English are.
https://www.englishpractice.com/words/regular-irregular-verbs-british-american-differences/

In American English the verbs burn, dream, lean, learn, smell, spell, spill and spoil are all regular.
Burn / burned / burned
Dream / dreamed / dreamed
Lean / leaned / leaned
Learn / learned / learned
Smell / smelled /smelled
Spell / spelled /spelled
Spill / spilled / spilled
Spoil / spoiled / spoiled
In British English, these verbs are usually irregular with past tenses and past participle forms ending in –t.
Burn / burnt / burnt
Dream / dreamt / dreamt
Lean / leant / leant
Learn / learnt / learnt
Smell / smelt / smelt
Spell / spelt / spelt
Spill / spilt / spilt
Spoil / spoilt / spoilt

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Message  MurielB Jeu 21 Sep - 22:25

I very much like expressions with bananas. what about you ?
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/bananas

second banana

1. A performer who acts as a support to a lead comedian (the so-called "top banana"), as during a burlesque or vaudeville routine. I generally don't mind playing second banana when I'm with such a legendary comedian, but it would be nice to be the one getting all the laughs once in a while.
2. By extension, someone who occupies a secondary, lesser, or subservient role or position. I've been second banana in this company for too long now. I'm going to start up my own business, and then I'll be the one in charge!
See also: banana, second
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. ©️ 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

go bananas


Sl. to go mildly crazy. Sorry, I just went bananas for a minute. I thought he was going to go bananas.

See also: bananas

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. ©️ 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

go bananas


to become very emotional I just went bananas when she told me she wanted to move out.

See also: bananas

Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms Copyright ©️ Cambridge University Press 2003. Reproduced with permission.

go bananas

  (informal)
to become very angry She'll go bananas if she sees the room in this state.

See also: bananas

Cambridge Idioms Dictionary, 2nd ed. Copyright ©️ Cambridge University Press 2006. Reproduced with permission.

drive someone crazy


Also, drive someone mad or bananas or bonkers or nuts or up the wall ; drive someone to drink. Greatly exasperate someone, annoy to distraction. For example, His habitual lateness drives me crazy, or Apologizing over and over drives me bananas, or These slovenly workmen drive me up the wall, or Your nagging is driving me to drink. All of these hyperbolic expressions describe a person's extreme frustration, supposedly to the point of insanity ( crazy, mad, nuts, bonkers, and bananas all mean "insane"); up the wall alludes to climbing the walls to escape and to drink to imbibing alcohol to induce oblivion.

See also: crazy, drive

go bananas


Act crazy, as in When it comes to animal rights, some people go bananas. According to the lexicographer J. E. Lighter, this expression may allude to the similar go ape, in that apes and other primates are closely associated with eating bananas. [Slang; second half of 1900s]

See also: bananas

second banana


see under top banana.

See also: banana, second

The American Heritage®️ Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright ©️ 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

bananas


1. mod. crazy. (Often with go, see also go bananas.) You were bananas before I ever showed up on the scene.
2. mod. enthusiastic. The audience was bananas over the new star.

Cool beans!

and Cool bananas!
exclam. Wow! Cool beans, man. That’s great! I won again! Cool bananas!

See also: cool

Cool bananas!

verb
See Cool beans!

See also: cool

go bananas


in. to go mildly crazy. (see also bananas.) I thought he was going to go bananas.



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Message  gerardM Jeu 21 Sep - 22:35

Thanks for the bananas idioms Muriel.

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Message  MurielB Ven 22 Sep - 22:28

you're welcome Gérard !

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Message  gerardM Sam 23 Sep - 20:50

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Message  gerardM Dim 24 Sep - 20:28




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Message  MurielB Dim 24 Sep - 20:38

Hi Gérard, everyone !
Office supply vocabulary is ok for me but as I can't manage with do-it-yourself activities I can't manage with the words either.

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Message  MurielB Lun 25 Sep - 22:24

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Hi Gérard everyone
I just wanted to check that sentence. "I call you tomorrow" "Je t'appelle demain" In French "je t'appelle demain" is correct because you can use the present with a future adverb. In English it isn't and you have to use the future I'll call you tomorrow . why ? Here are the four cases when you use the simple present.  
1. For repeated or regular actions in the present time period.
  • I take the train to the office.
  • The train to Berlin leaves every hour.
  • John sleeps eight hours every night during the week.

2. For facts.
  • The President of The USA lives in The White House.
  • A dog has four legs.
  • We come from Switzerland.

3. For habits.
  • I get up early every day.
  • Carol brushes her teeth twice a day.
  • They travel to their country house every weekend.

4. For things that are always / generally true.


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Message  gerardM Mar 26 Sep - 12:15

Hi Muriel,

Thanks for your lines.
I'm surprised not to find the rule for "When I'm sixty-four" Smile

> In French "je t'appelle demain" is correct because you can use the present with a future adverb.
Are you sure?
Is it correct or is it acceptable?
Do French grammar books teach "Le mois prochain, je fais le tour des Etats-Unis avec ma nouvelle voiture" or "Le mois prochain, je ferai le tour des Etats-Unis avec ma nouvelle voiture"?

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Message  MurielB Mar 26 Sep - 21:27

gerardM a écrit:
Hi Muriel,

Thanks for your lines.
I'm surprised not to find the rule for "When I'm sixty-four" Smile

> In French "je t'appelle demain" is correct because you can use the present with a future adverb.
Are you sure?
Is it correct or is it acceptable?
Do French grammar books teach "Le mois prochain, je fais le tour des Etats-Unis avec ma nouvelle voiture" or "Le mois prochain, je ferai le tour des Etats-Unis avec ma nouvelle voiture"?

Gérard I had a look
https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/futur-simple-futur-proche-pr%C3%A9sent-pour-un-%C3%A9v%C3%A9nement-%C3%A0-venir.165047/?hl=fr

Le présent s'emploie pour exprimer un futur très probable, presque certain.
Ex : Demain, je travaille (je suis presque sûr que demain je ne vais pas jouer, mais travailler).

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Message  gerardM Mar 26 Sep - 23:15

MurielB a écrit:Hi Gérard, everyone!
When you can't pronounce... "slovenly" YouTube can help you
Muriel, I don't understand why look for this on YouTube when you can simply ask Google Translate or an online dictionary; thus you are sure to find the pronunciation without counting on a possible "video".

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Message  gerardM Mar 26 Sep - 23:21

MurielB a écrit:...
Gérard I had a look
https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/futur-simple-futur-proche-pr%C3%A9sent-pour-un-%C3%A9v%C3%A9nement-%C3%A0-venir.165047/?hl=fr

Le présent s'emploie pour exprimer un futur très probable, presque certain.
Ex : Demain, je travaille (je suis presque sûr que demain je ne vais pas jouer, mais travailler).
mickaël a écrit:Le futur simple s'emploie pour indiquer qu'un fait devrait se produire dans le futur, mais ce n'est pas absolument certain. Suivant le contexte, il y a une plus ou moins grande probabilité que l'événement n'ait pas lieu.
Ex : La météo a dit que demain il pleuvra. (En principe, mais ce n'est pas absolument certain).
BERENICE S a écrit:Les phrases "Demain je travaillerai" et "Demain, je travaille" disent la même chose
La première nuance est que la première marque un engagement et la seconde une simple assertion
L'autre nuance est que la première est d'une certaine manière plus formelle (expression posée, narration sans précipitation,...) et la seconde est davantage liée à une narration directe plutôt orale -par exemple dans une énumération rapide au cours d'un dialogue : "demain, je travaille, puis je fais les course, puis le dîner,...")

So? "Le mois prochain, je fais le tour des Etats-Unis avec ma nouvelle voiture"?
"L'an prochain, je fais le tour des Etats-Unis avec ma nouvelle voiture"??

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Message  gerardM Mer 27 Sep - 9:47

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Message  MurielB Mer 27 Sep - 13:32

Hi Gérard
A cabinet is a word I never use.
a piece of furniture with shelves, cupboards, or drawers, used for storing or showing things

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Message  gerardM Mer 27 Sep - 14:58

MurielB a écrit:Hi Gérard
A cabinet is a word I never use.
a piece of furniture with shelves, cupboards, or drawers, used for storing or showing things
You should Muriel.
Cupboard is the general term for pieces of furniture used to store things in the kitchen, in the bathroom, in any room. Another term is closet, mostly used in the USA (for Fr penderie, they say wardrobe in the UK, and closet in the US).
A cabinet is a small and beautiful cupboard, a piece of furniture that is in the living room (not attached to the wall, not in the kitchen, not in the bathroom); cabinetmaking=Fr ébéniterie.

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Message  gerardM Mer 27 Sep - 17:36




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Message  gerardM Mer 27 Sep - 17:46




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Message  MurielB Mer 27 Sep - 23:44

Tx Gérard for those very useful linking words. It means that we have plenty of work ahead of us.

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