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5 Minutes to remember your English.

There are several helpful phrases that we need to know in writting or Speaking English.

IMPERSONAL POINTS OF VIEWS OR AN IMPERSONAL ARGUMENT.

It is generally accepted that…
One arguement put forward is that…
It is often said that…
A common opinion is that…
Many commentators are of the view that…

Explicit: clear and exact.

Almost exclusively (only)young female workers and disadvantaged group
Accuse of: Are you accusing me of lying?
To end up in/as/v+ing:to finally be in a particular place or situation.
ex: With no or little education end up in badly paid employment.
After working her way around the world, she ended up teaching English as a foreign language.
Much of this meat will probably end up as dog food.

COLOUR:
Amber (colour)# brownish-yellow.

SOMETHING IS IMPORTANT FOR YOU:
Evocative (making you remember or imagine something pleasant ): evocative music, a sound evocative of the sea.
Dignity: calm, serious and controlled behaviour that makes people respect you
He is a man of dignity and calm determination.Determination [ U ] means the ability to continue trying to do something, although it is very difficult. A man of fierce/ruthless determination [ + to infinitive ] She has a great determination to succeed.
She has a quiet dignity about her.
He longs for a society in which the dignity of all people is recognized.
I think everyone should be able to die with dignity.
They get rich thanks to their fertile rice-fields and their diligence.
Crucial ( important) Point, Crucial Decision, Crucial Question
FINANCIAL:
Fiscal year (financial-connected with (public) money year.
DEAL WITH DIFFICULTY:
Obstacle course: a seires of problem that you have to solve in order to achieve something
Endurance: the ability to keep doing something difficult, unpleasant or painful for a long time.
Omit:to fail to include or do something
She was omitted from the list of contributors to the report.
The Prince’s tour conveniently omitted the most deprived areas of the city. [ + to infinitive ] formal
She omitted to mention that she was going to Yorkshire next week.
INTELLIGENT FEELINGS:
If someone makes you feel nervous we should say something likes ” i’m unhappy now” instead of saying ” this is a rediculous situation”.
One of the main concerns is how to…
Get (Got) scolding: Was told off by your mom…

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