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Standing up in front of a roomful of people and trying to hold their attention while delivering a monologue in a second language is never going to be the easiest of tasks. Indeed, for many people, the mere thought of giving a presentation releases a flood of anxiety.
Nevertheless, with the right attitude and ample preparation, anyone attending a business English course is more than capable of making a professional presentation.продължава>
When -ing forms are used like nouns, they are often called gerunds.
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A business letter should not only communicate your message; it should also reflect the professionalism that is expected of a correspondence of similar kind. Be confident
To present information that bears the appropriate attitude for business letters, your writing should be confident. Your letter should clearly express your trust in your message and ideas. If you don't trust them yourself, there’s no reason for anyone else to. Avoid the use of words that express doubt and probability. Instead use specific and concrete words that express certainty.продължава>
Some nouns and adjectives can be followed by preposition + -ing form. Nouns/adjectives that are followed by –ing forms cannot normally be followed by infinitives. But there are exceptions to this rule.
As you can see, do and does are used to make questions and negatives. They are not normally used in affirmative sentences. However, we can use them for emotive emphasis when we feel strongly about something.
I do love him. (More emphatic than ‘I love him.’)
She does look beautiful in that gown. Quiet stunning! (More emphatic than ‘She looks beautiful in that gown.)
You do look nice today
If eggs are cooked sunny-side up, it means they are fried with the yolks facing up.
I'm ready for breakfast. Can I have my eggs sunny-side up and a cup of coffee, please?
Eggs can be boiled, poached, scrambled or fried sunny-side up.
If someone is described as being of a sunny disposition, it means they are always cheerful and relaxed.
Example:Everybody loves Harry. He has such a sunny disposition.