Chapter 1- 10 useful phrases to Improve Daily English communication
Dear Govt. Job aspirants, We have good new for you. From now-onward, we will share daily one article in which we will let you know about Important phrases of English which are important from the exam point of view and will help you to improve English in writing as well as Writing. Today is first chapter on useful Phrases.
10 useful phrases to Improve Daily English communication
a) Keep Going: This phrase means to continue.
E.g: A to B: Can I stop running as I am too tired.
B to A: No, Keep going.
b) Drop By: It means to Visit for a short time.
E.g: A to B : I left book in your car.
B to A: No Problem, I will drop by your house in short time.
c) Can I Put you on Hold: It means to to please wait during phone call.
E.g: A to B on phone: Do you have French fries ?
B to A : Can I put you on Hold for a minute ? I have to check if there is any left.
d) In charge of : It means to refer someone as responsible person/Supervisor.
E.g: A to B: Can I speak to in charge of your office ?
e) Running short of time: It means indicate someone that they are getting close to headline.
E.g: I am running short of time to finish this project.
f) Get a move on: It means to move faster for work.
E.g: Our project deadline is tomorrow. We have to get a move on.
g) in an hour: This phrase is most wrongly used by us. Never mention after against time. If you want to tell some one that he will be back on seat after ten minutes. Don’t say after. You should say, he will be back in 10 minutes.
h) ahead of Schedule: It means you are faster than planned time.
i) On Schedule: It means you are on the time.
j) behind Schedule: It means you are slower than planned time.