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Louise D
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1 year ago

This post is very usefull for as I am a Marketing manager. I like to encourage the members of my team. I think a person will give his/her best if we encourage him/her and not be unpleasant or say something like “it’s so easy for me to do that; why is it so hard for you?”.

Louise D
Reply to  Louise D
1 year ago

I think the sentence would be correct if I wrote “This post is very useful for me as I am…”

Last edited 1 year ago by P H
Reza K
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Learner
1 year ago

Other everyday American English expressions:

You nailed it!
Right on!
Cool!

Reza K
Reply to  Reza K
1 year ago

Also another one I remembered in American English is “Swell!”

Nathalie V
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1 year ago

To start the day with a good mood, it’s nice to hear “Good morning, How are you?” with a smile. It’s the same in our job; sometimes we can appreciate encouragements as “Good job! Well done! etc.” when we do a lot of effort doing our job well.

Unfortunately, it’s rarely the case, so we get discouraged and we don’t like our job then… Are we becoming robots?

Last edited 1 year ago by Nathalie V
Nathalie V
Reply to  Nathalie V
1 year ago

To start the day in a good mood.
… when we are doing a lot of effort to do our job well.
… we don’t like our job finally.

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