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3 Minute English! by Venturenglish.com is a unique podcast for intermediate and advanced English learners. Why unique? Because instead of presenting idioms or dialogs, 3 Minute English! gives tips on usage, style, and nuance in English. The host, Paul Durant, takes about 3 or 4 minutes… more or less… to describe a usage or style point to help improve your English. The podcast is useful for all learners but emphasizes business English.
 
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Have these two phrases confused you in the past? They are so close but the meaning is so different. How do you use “Get used to” and “used to do”, and how can you recognize them. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #80 Get Used To OR Used To Do? appeared first on VenturEnglish.…
 
“Cut” is a word that just keeps coming up in English idioms. It means so much that sometimes it feels like it means nothing! So let’s look at three idioms using “cut.” All three have completely different meanings. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #77 Cut to the Cuts appeared first on Ve…
 
Are we in the office or in the woods? What do crickets and ghosts have to do with business English? Do I hear crickets now? Are you ghosting me? I’ll answer all these questions in this episode! If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #76 Crickets and Ghosts, Oh My! appeared first on VenturEngl…
 
Do you get confused by these two options? Which one is the former, which one is the latter? What does former and latter even mean? We’ll discuss this and make it a little clear in this episode. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #75 The Former or the Latter appeared first on VenturEnglish…
 
More corporate speak? Well, yes, this idiom is from corporate speak too, and you may hear it in business. But this one might not be easy to understand. We’ll talk about the meaning and usage of “blue sky scenario” this week. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #74 Blue Sky Scenario appeare…
 
What does is mean when someone says they are adulting? And when did the noun “adult” become a verb anyway? We talk about this and 2 other nouns turned into verbs in English. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #72 Googling Texting and Adulting appeared first on VenturEnglish.…
 
Corporate-speak is loved and hated in business. We’re almost finished with a 4 part series on corporate speak. In this final week we’ll talk about pivoting, adding value and burning and building bridges!! If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #71 Pivot, Value Add, Burning Bridges appeared fi…
 
Corporate-speak is loved and hated in business. We’re in the middle of a 4 part series on corporate speak. This week we’ll talk about greenlighting something, boiling the ocean and bandwidth, all key phrases in a modern office! If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #70 Greenlight, Boil the O…
 
Corporate-speak is loved and hated in business. We’re in the middle of a 4 part series on corporate speak. This week we’ll talk about moving the needle, scaling and key learnings. If you are a member see the transcript here! Sign up to become a member for free here! The post #69 – Move the Needle, Scale, and Key Learnings appeared first on VenturEn…
 
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