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Friday the 05th of October, 2018
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PHRASAL VERBS FOR BUSINESS (IRON OUT)

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Hello, everyone. Welcome back to the Daily Vitamin. This week, we are looking at Phrasal Verbs for Business, and today is our final day. Our last phrasal verb for the week is TO IRON (something) OUT

Definition: To fix/remove small problems. 

Example 1: We need to iron out the details for this proposal. 

Example 2: They want to offer me a new position in the company, but they said they have to iron out the position's responsibilities before it's officially offered to me. 

Example 3: Did you iron out those problems with the reservations?

This phrasal verb is transitive and optionally separable

We hope you enjoyed this week of phrasal verbs. As you can see, they are useful in the office setting, but they are also great for everyday speech. 

Next week, we are focusing on BULATS Reading practice. We hope you join us for some great lessons. 

Have a great weekend!



Thursday the 04th of October, 2018
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PHRASAL VERBS FOR BUSINESS (BEEF UP)

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Good morning, everyone! How's your week going?

Since Monday, we have been looking at Phrasal Verbs for Business. Today's phrasal verb is TO BEEF (something) UP

Definition: To make something stronger or more solid. 

Example 1: We beefed up the proposal before submitting it. 

Example 2: We need to try to beef sales up next quarter. 

Example 3: I don't like this internship, but I'm trying to beef up my CV. 

This phrasal verb is transitive and optionally separable

That's it for today. Tomorrow is our last lesson about Phrasal Verbs for Business.

See you then!



Wednesday the 03rd of October, 2018
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PHRASAL VERBS FOR BUSINESS (HASH OUT)

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Happy Wednesday, everyone! I hope that you are having a nice week and that you are enjoying our theme, Phrasal Verbs for Business.

Today we are learning TO HASH (something) OUT

Definition: To resolve a problem or reach an agreement. 

Example 1: We hashed out the sales deal and it will be finalized on Friday. 

Example 2: Did you talk to the IT Department to hash out the issues with our email system?

Example 3: We have to hash out some problems with city building codes before we begin construction. 

This phrasal verb is transitive and optionally separable

That's it for today’s lesson. I hope you can HASH OUT any problems you have at work today!



Tuesday the 02nd of October, 2018
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PHRASAL VERBS FOR BUSINESS (STICK TO)

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Welcome back to the Daily Vitamin, everyone!

If you read Monday’s lesson, then you know that we are looking at Phrasal Verbs for Business this week. Today's phrasal verb is TO STICK TO

Definition: Not change. 

Example 1: Let's stick to our original plan and have the meeting at 9:00 AM. 

Example 2: I know you will be nervous during your presentation: just stick to your notes and you will be fine. 

Example 3: Stick to the training manual and you will be able to complete all of your responsibilities. 

This phrasal verb is transitive and is not separable

That's all for today. We hope you stick to reading the Daily Vitamins this week!

See you tomorrow for a great phrasal verb, TO HASH OUT



Monday the 01st of October, 2018
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PHRASAL VERBS FOR BUSINESS (PUT TOGETHER)

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Happy Monday (and Happy October), Daily Vitamin readers! I hope you had a nice weekend. 

This week, we are looking at Phrasal Verbs for Business. We hope you can use these phrasal verbs at work, but you will also see that they can be used outside of the office. 

Today's phrasal verb is: TO PUT TOGETHER

Definition: To assemble (create or build). 

Example 1: We put together a team of salespeople for this new project. 

Example 2: I put together the schedule for next week. We are very busy on Monday and Tuesday. 

Example 3: Did you put that sales report together?

As you can see, this phrasal verb is transitive and separable

Join us tomorrow for another lesson with another business phrasal verb.

Until then, have a great day!