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جمعه 27 شهریور‌ماه سال 1388
English phrasal verbs with آموزش زبان انگلیسی

Some common business English phrasal verbs that use "on". 

Get on = (1) have a good relationship with someone: "She gets on well with the Accounts Director" 

= (2) to progress: "How are you getting on with the launch?" 

Take on = employ people: "We aren't taking on any more staff this year." 

Go on = continue: "Please go on. I'd like to hear more about your plans for the new office." 

Sit on = to stall or delay something: "We proposed this some time ago, but the Chairman has been sitting on the plans and we're no further forward." 

Build on = use your successes to go further: "They built on their early success and soon expanded to become the biggest catering firm in the South East." 

Crack on = work fast: "I'm sorry I can't stop and talk – I need to crack on with some work." 

Work on = use your influence with someone: "Leave it with me – I'll work on the boss over the next fortnight." 

Pick on = bully: "She feels that her colleagues are picking on her because she is so popular with management." 

Decide on = choose: "What colour have you decided on for the staff canteen?" 

Hold on = wait: "Please hold on and I will see if Mr Harris is available." 

Pass on = give a message to someone: "I'll pass your message on to her when she returns." 


Try on = test someone's authority: "Don't take any notice of his behaviour – he's just trying it on with you!"

سه‌شنبه 10 شهریور‌ماه سال 1388
آموزش زبان انگلیسی English phrasal verbs with

Some common business English phrasal verbs that use "down". 

Back down (or climb down) = to no longer stick to your original ideas or position: "After weeks of negotiating, she backed down and accepted their conditions." 

Break down (1) = examine the different parts of something: "The profits break down in the following way – 50% profit in European sales, a 20% profit in North American sales and a 30% profit in Asian sales." 

Break down (2) = when communication stops between two parties: "The negotiations broke down after two days." 

Bring down = destroy something: "A series of disastrous investments brought down the company." 

Cut back on = reduce something: "The government has cut back on its defence budget." 

Drive down = work hard to reduce prices or costs: "Over the last year we have driven down the distribution costs." 

Live down = when other people can forget a bad reputation: "I was two hours late for the meeting and now my colleagues will never let me live it down." 

Play down = minimise the importance of something: "She played down the fact that her father was the boss." 

Set down = put something in writing: "The conditions are set down in the contract." 

Stand down = resign: "After ten years at the head of the company, the chairman has decided to stand down." 

Take down = write notes in a meeting: "Can someone take down the minutes?" 

Wear down = argue so much that the other person abandons their position: "The unions finally wore the management down on the issue of overtime pay." 

Write down (or note down) = write something: "Could you write down your mobile phone number?"

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