MANAGE-1: meaning and examples
Good morning. I hope you had a good weekend! Today's expression is: to manage somebody or something. It means: to organize or control the work of a company, an organization or a group of people. Example 1: Mr. Jackson has managed the accounting department for many years without any extra assistance. Example 2: The people in that company are very difficult to manage; They've worked there for a very long time, so they find it difficult to accept change. Two nouns related to the verb Manage are: -Manager = a person who manages (controls and organizes the work of an organization or business) -Management = the control and operation of a business or organization; or the people who control and operate a business or organization Example 3: If you're not happy with the service, you should ask to speak to the manager. Example 4: If I take a course in business management I'll have a better chance of being promoted. Example 5: The workers went on strike (huelga) when talks between the union and management deteriorated. If you have any questions about these words, please don't hesitate to contact me. Enjoy the rest of your day!