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Nevertheless Up to a point I agree. Nevertheless, I feel James has a sounder approach. 86. DISAGREE STRONGLY I don’t agree I don‟t agree with you at all. You’re not right. You‟re not right. Everything you said is wrong. It’s not what I believe It‟s not what I believe and I will not back you. I don’t think so I don‟t think so. Why don‟t you change strategy? That’s not such a good idea That‟s not such a good idea. Fiona tried it and it never worked. 250 Ways to Say It in Business English Copyright by Andrew D.

What does this new engine do that makes it more efficient? What the purpose? What‟s the purpose of hiring new salespeople if demand is slow? Could you explain the object? Could you explain the object of calling for yet another meeting? 52. ASK ABOUT JOBS What do you do? What do you do? I‟m a teacher. What business are you in? What business are you in? Stocks? Bonds? Mutual funds? What’s your line of work? What‟s your exact line of work? All I know is that you‟re an engineer. What’s your job? What‟s your job?

Got it? Got it? It‟s very easy once you‟ve heard the explanation. Have you figured it out? Have you figured it out? I can re-read the formula if you wish. 96. SHOW THAT YOU UNDERSTAND FORMALLY I see I see. First you lift the lever and then you turn the knob. I understand I understand. Assets and liabilities must all add up. That’s clear That‟s clear, Susanne. No need to repeat it. I get it I get it. Algebra‟s so logical. I’ve grasped I‟ve grasped the explanation from beginning to end. 250 Ways to Say It in Business English Copyright by Andrew D.

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