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, 21 2016 . 17:21 +

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Apologies for the delay. - .

Sorry for the delay with the answer. - .

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We thank you for your inquiry of the 10th of July. - 10- .

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In answer to your letter of the 25th of May... - 25- ...

Further to our letter of the 11th of January... - 11- ...

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All whom it may concern... - , ...

In accordance with the terms of our agreement... - ...

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We are writing to inform you... - ...

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I regret to inform you... - , ...

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We wish to draw your attention to the following: - :

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We confirm that... - , ...

We acknowledge the receipt of... - ...

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, 05 2016 . 16:10 +

12 ,

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, , Grey’s Anatomy , .

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, 22 2016 . 22:22 +

it's high time - ( " ")
take your time - ( " ")
help yourself - ( " ")
to take measures - ( "")
to make a decision - ( "")
to achieve results -


pay attention - ( "") ()
draw (smb's) attention - (-)
to take a chance -
to have a rest -
to take offence -
to take a nap -


shadow cabinet -
to hit the target -
golden share -
to put an end to - ,
to play with fire -
the root of the trouble -


to read between lines -
to take into account -
to make a point -
to jump at conclusions -
moment of silence -
ups-and-downs -


trouble shooter -
at the world's end -
think tank -
token strike -
in accordance with -
on account of -


in addition to -
at any rate -
on behalf of -
on the basis of -
for the benefit of -
by and large -


in charge of -
in connection with -
in contrast to/with -
in the course of -
as early as -
with the exception of -
at the expense of -

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IELTS ? , IELTS !

, 07 2016 . 14:43 +

,  IELTS , , , . ,  IELTS  International english language testing system .

,  IELTS, ,  IELTS.

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, 06 2016 . 11:51 +

begin - ()
appear -
be late -
continue - ()
take - ()
put off -
finish -
end - () 2
stop -
cease -

move - ()
lift -
raise -
rise -
lower -
go out -
go in -
leave -
cross -
go along -

follow -
turn right/left - ,
arrive -
return -
go - ,
come -
go on foot -
run -
fly -
ride - /

be -
have -
there is -
be present -
be sufficient -
be absent -
be empty -
gather - ()
add -
fill -

be full -
reduce -
exclude -
spend -
spoil -
remain -
keep -
possess -
belong -
contain -

march -
walk -
run -
crawl -
tiptoe -
drag -
push -
jump -
leap - ( )
hop -
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skip -
hit -
stretch - ,
lift -
put down -
dive -
lean - ,
sit -
crouch -
squat -
bend -

pick up -
hold -
carry -
slap/hit - ( )
punch -
kick -
catch -
throw -
pull -

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, 28 2016 . 10:37 +

-, ! - Holy cats! Well meet!
! (! !) ! - Hubba-hubba! That's you!


, - Hey, boy.
, - Hey, kiddo.
, , - Hey, geezer.
, - Hey, guy.
, - Hey, guys.
, , - Hey, honey, hon.
, - Hey, cookie, bunny.
, - Hey, baby.
, - Hey, buddy.
, - Hey, buzzard.


- Good morning.
( 16.00) - Good afternoon.
- Good evening.
- Good night.


? - How are you? (How are you getting on?)
? - What's news?
? - What are you going?
? - What the hell are you doing here?
? - What has gone down?
- Where do you hail from?
? - Where are you belting now?
? - Are you all right? (quite well?)
? - Why are you (so) bugged?
- ? - You're all pissed-off you're in the dolldrums.


- I'm dog-sick. I'm dog-tired.
- I'm dead-creased.

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, 16 2016 . 16:31 +

at first blush - ,
be at sea -
at sixes and sevens - ,


back out -
back up - ,
back to the wall - a,


ball of fire - e
bananas oil - ,
beat about the bush -


beat it - , ,
beef up - ,
between the devil and the deep blue sea -


big mouth -
blast off - ,
blow one's stack, blow a fuse, blow one's stop - ,


to blow smb's mind - , ()
butter up - ,
cancel out - ,


calm down - ,
catch some Z's -
chew the fat - , ,


chicken feed ( ) -
crash the gates -

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, 04 2016 . 10:22 +

Responsibilities
Responsible for something – -
Responsible for all aspects of something – -
Oversight of all aspects of staff performance –
(Performance) evaluation – ( )
Leadership in the setting and achieving of strategic and organizational goals –
Served as… — …
During this 10-year period, increased… from 0% to 36% — 10- … 0% 36% (, ).
Implemented new… — …
Trained and supervised work crews –
Administered… — …
Coordinated… — …
Supervised… — …
Created… — …
Invoicing – -
Performing minor clerical duties –
Preparing contracts and agreements –
Customer service –
Sales —
Developing strategies for… — …
Used and maintained software (for something/ to do something) — -/ -
Re-designed website to make it more convenient for somebody/ to do something – , -/ , …
In charge of a 36 member staff – 36
Scheduling appointments –
Inputting data –
Office errands –
Assist with all other office administrative duties – -
Data management –
Business trips —

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Customer service and interpersonal skills –
Superb written and oral communication skills –
Problem solving and negotiation skills —
Planning and organizing –
Organizational and Strategic Planning –
Strong team player –
Self-starter and strong independent worker –
Highly adaptable to ever changing circumstances –
A clear vision to accomplish the company goals –
Experienced manager with expertise in human relations and project management –
Extensive background in staff recruitment–
Knowledge of Federal and State Employment Law –
Contract negotiation and compliance –
Experience in… with focus on… – … …
Strong leadership –
Supervisory skills including hiring, termination, scheduling, training, payroll, and other administrative tasks – , , , ,
Thorough knowledge of… — …
Proven ability to effectively manage both personnel and projects –

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, 19 2016 . 15:46 +

Let me ... - ...
I hope -
It is to be noted - . ( .)
We have no doubt of (that) - . ( .)
As you may know - , ,
to take the liberty of -


to draw your attention to -
to take into consideration, to take into account -
the matter of great importance -
at the present time -
in case of necessity -
without fail -


as soon as possible -
at your convenience -
mentioned above -
in general -
for example -
etc. -


in no case -
except for -
despite the fact that -
as a result of -
in accordance with -
in view of the above said -


on the ground that -
according to -
as follows -
not above -
to a great extent -
to a certain extent /degree -
in order to -


as far as -
in addition to
a pleasant surprise -
It gives me a great pleasure to introduce -
I am just writing a few lines to introduce - ,
I sincerely regret that - ,


To my great regret I must inform you that - ,
I regret to inform you that - ,
Please, accept my apologies for - ,
I must apologize that -
I am afraid that - ,
Unfortunately -


I will keep you informed -
Let me inform you - ,
Pay special attention to. -
Please, take a note of - ,
Add some data about -
I will be in touch as soon as -


This is to inform you that - ,
I am attaching some information about -
to confirm that - ,
to keep informed -
to let know (without delay) - , ( )

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, 01 2016 . 13:28 +

Of, have, to

could have: [ˈkʊɾə], «coulda»

must have: [ˈmʌstə], «musta»

should have: [ˈʃʊɾə], «shoulda»

would have: [ˈwʊɾə], «woulda»

it would / it would have: [ˈɪɾə], «itta»

a lot of: [əˈlɑɾə], «a lotta»

kind of: [ˈkaɪɾə], «kinda»

out of: [ˈaʊɾə], «outta»

sort of: [ˈsɔɹɾə], «sorta»

going to +[verb]: [ˈgʌnə], «gonna»

have (got) to: [ˈgɑɾə], «gotta»

want to: [ˈwʌnə], «wanna»

You 

did you: [ˈdɪdʒə], «didja»

don’t you: [ˈdoʊntʃə], «doncha»

got you: [ˈgɑtʃə], «gotcha»

get you / get your: [ˈgɛtʃə], «getcha»

would you: [ˈwʊdʒə], «wouldja»

give me: [ˈgɪmi], «gimme»

is he: [ˈɪzi], «izee»

am not, is not, don’t, haven’t etc.:, «aint»

is it: [zɪt], «zit»

let me: [ˈlɛmi], «lemme»

don’t know: [dəˈnoʊ], «dunno»

probably: [ˈpɹɑli], «prolly»

what is that: [ˌwʌˈsæt], «wussat»

what is up: [wəˈsʌp], «wassup»

what is up: [sʌp], «sup»

what do you / what are you: [ˈwʌtʃə], «whatcha»

what do you / what are you: [ˈwʌɾəjə], «whaddaya»

you all: [jɑl], «y’all»

what’s the matter? «whuzzamattuh»

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