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六条英语习语和商务英语词汇

6 NEW English IDIOMS 💼Business English Vocabulary

你好!我是来自“mmmEnglish”的艾玛
Hey there I’m Emma from mmmEnglish!
在本堂课中 我们将学习有关商业的知识
In this lesson, we’re going to get down to business,
学习一些地道的的习语内容
knowing some of the idioms used in a professional
将会帮助你在职场交流上
context is going to help you to sound more
表现得更加轻松和自然
relaxed and natural in the workplace.
当然,也会让你了解其具体含义
And of course, help you to understand what the heck
其他人也会说到它
everyone else is talking about!
今天,我将会为你介绍五个有用的习语
So today, I’ve got five useful idioms for you
它们经常被用在专业对话中
that are commonly used in a professional context
与商业有关的对话
– a business context.
这意味着它们非常适合使用
And that means they’re perfect and fantastic to use
它们也同样适用于采访 所以请继续收看!
in an interview as well, so stay tuned!
我经常告诉我的学生最好的方法之一去
Now I always tell my students one of the best ways
学习和记住英语习语
to learn and remember English idioms
是将它们和记忆或生活经历联系起来
is to link them to a memory or an experience in your life.
这样的话 当你想到这个习语的时
That way, when you think about the idiom
或者你听到它时 你将会想起
or you hear it somewhere you connect it
在你生活中的小瞬间
with the personal moment in your life
和个人经历
and experience.
当你想起这段经历时时,它也会帮助你
And when you think about the experience, it helps you to
同时想起这个习语
think about the idiom as well.
你现在不用记住和学习
Now you don’t have to learn and remember
在英语中的每一个习语 不过你应该学会
every idiom in English, but you should learn
一些常用并且实用的习语
some common ones that you can actually use
去运用在日常交流中
to talk about your life.
我将给你讲一个故事
I’m going to tell you a story.
我在大学毕业后的第一份工作
My first job out of university
是在一个大型合资公司里
was with a huge corporate company.
当时我是一个实习生
I was an intern.
我以为我的工作是帮忙打印和装订
I thought it was going to be photocopying and stapling
并且帮我的上司倒茶
and getting cups of tea for my boss.
但是当我真正开始实习时,我的部门非常
But at the time that I started, my department was really
缺乏人手
understaffed.
他们没有足够的人手去处理
They just didn’t have enough people to manage
工作
the workload.
所以我被忙碌的工作吞没
So I really got thrown in the deep end.
在开始实习的几个星期里,我一直在写报告
Within weeks of starting, I was writing reports and I was
并且为管理团队做报告
making presentations to the management team
这有一点点酷但也很可怕
which was kind of cool but a bit scary.
所以这个习语表示
So in this idiom, the’deep end’ is referring to
游泳池深水区的部分
the deepest part of a swimming pool
是你的脚不能触及底部的部分
where often your feet can’t touch the ground.
所以如果有人把你推进泳池
So if someone throws you or pushes you into the pool,
这很让人震惊,难道不是吗?
that’s a bit of a shock, isn’t it?
你不能触及底部
You can’t feel the ground.
所以你好像被扔进了深水区
So you’re thrown in the deep end when you’re
如果你在一个新的并且非常困难的环境中
put into a new or a difficult situation
没有任何准备
without any preparation.
这经常发生在职场 不是吗?
And this often happens in the workplace, doesn’t it?
萨拉最近压力山大,她在上个月找到了新工作。
Sarah’s been so stressed lately. She started a new job
但是公司给了她很多没接触过的工作
last month, but they’ve really thrown her in the deep end.
我不害怕接触我没接触过的事务
I’m not afraid of being thrown in the deep end.
我认为这是一个学习的好办法
I think it’s the best way to learn!
我不想给你出难题
Now I don’t want to throw you in the deep end
在你刚来的第一天
on your first day,
但是你是否能在首席执行官面前做演讲
but do you think you could make a presentation to the CEO
在这周末
by the end of the week?
和它相似的一个习语是“out of one’s depth”
A similar idiom is to be’out of one’s depth’
它们有着相似的释义因为
and it has a similar meaning because it’s an
它们表示难堪的处境
uncomfortable place. Again,
联想到泳池的最深处
thinking about the deep end of your swimming pool,
你的脚不能触底所以你不得不游泳
your feet can’t touch the ground and you have to swim
去让自己活下去 对吧?
to keep yourself alive, right?
我的哥哥喜欢他工作的公司
My brother loves the company that he works for
但他在金融小组工作感到有些压力
but he feels a little out of his depth in the finance team.
现在你有了一份新工作
Now when you start a new job,
也许你有新的角色或者
maybe a new role or a
在你的公司有新的职位
position in your company or you start working
或者你跳槽到另一家新公司
for a new company,
这经常需要一些时间去学习如何处理基础工作
it usually takes some time to learn the ropes.
所以它的意思是学习基础工作
So this means to learn the basic tasks
这会让你处理工作时更有效率
that allow you to do your job well and efficiently.
你知道的,就像如何使用复印机
You know, like how to use the photocopier,
如何用公司内部邮件系统
how to use the company’s email system,
当电脑坏掉时要打电话给谁求助
who to call if your computer won’t start,
你要向谁汇报
who you report to
哪一场会议你需要参加
and which meetings you need to attend
所有这些简单的事情
– all of the simple things
需要花费你一两周的时间去适应
take a week or two to get used to
当你开始新工作之时
when you start a new job.
你的新工作怎么样?
How’s the new job?
还不错!我还在学习如何处理基础工作
It’s going well! I’m still learning the ropes,
但是我的同事们非常棒
but my colleagues are really great.
你同样会听到一些人说
You’ll also hear people say
我教你如何处理它
“I’ll show you the ropes”
这意味着他们将告诉你
which means that they’ll show you how things
如何处理事物以及这些工作的处理标准
are done, the standard, normal way that things are done.
所以请注意
So note that
如果一个人一直在做一个工作
if a person has been working at their job
超过了一个月,这个习语将不再适合描述他
for over a month, this idiom isn’t really relevant anymore
因为他们已经了解如何处理基础工作
because they’ve already learnt the basic tasks
并且处理工作 现在
they need to do their job. Now,
假如你刚刚找到工作
once you’ve had your job for a while,
这需要时间去让
it might be time to focus on
你升职
climbing the corporate ladder.
所以这个习语描绘在工作职位上的进步
So this idiom talks about the progression of roles
从一个入门级的工作,开启一段职业生涯,实习生
through a career, starting with an entry-level job, an internship
或一个从大学直接获得的职位
or a position straight out of university.
但是过了一些年后,你晋升了
But over the years, you get promotions,
你跳槽了并且在工作领域内出名
you switch companies, you become known in your industry,
你让你的工作待遇越来越好,
you work your way up to better and better opportunities.
你有更好的薪水和更多的责任
You get paid more, you have more responsibilities,
你成为了管理者并且未来可能成为总裁
you’ll be a manager and then one day maybe even the CEO!
这个进步被称为
So this progression is called
‘攀爬企业的楼梯’
‘climbing the corporate ladder’
汤姆晋升地非常快
Tim climbed the corporate ladder quickly.
在他26岁时他成了这个公司的合伙人
He became a partner at the company by the time he was 26.
詹姆斯从不对晋升感兴趣
But James has never been interested in climbing the corporate ladder.
我从不断努力晋升的女性中受到鼓舞
I feel inspired by women who climb the corporate ladder
她们同时也照顾一个家庭
and raise a family at the same time.
多么令人惊讶啊!
Amazing!
那些跳出固有思维的人通常
People who think outside the box are usually
是非常有价值的员工 因为他们有创造性思维并且
pretty valuable employees because they think creatively and they solve problems
使用非常规方法解决问题
in non-standard ways.
因此他们总是以常规或者
So they think outside or beyond the normal
或者非标准的方式思考 这种方式
or standard way of thinking which often leads
总能想出有趣的创造性问题解决方案
to really interesting, creative solutions to problems.
我们需要跳出固有思维并找寻不同的解决方法
We need to think outside the box and find a different solution.
史蒂夫也许是这个团队中最有创造力的人
Steve’s probably the most creative guy on the team
他的思维经常超出常规
– he’s always thinking outside the box.
在澳大利亚,你将会经常听到这些词语
Now in Australia, you’ll often hear this expression as
想法不墨守成规,也是一样的道理
‘thinking outside the square’ It’s the same thing.
你是一个有创造性思维的人吗
Are you the type of person who thinks outside the square?
今天的最后一个习语是'steep learning curve'
Last one, a’steep learning curve’.
这是一个非常适用于
Now this is a brilliant idiom to use
面试的习语 所以是最后一个
during a job interview – so was the last one actually –
但是这个习语非常适用于
but this one is a brilliant idiom to use
面试或者口语考试中
during an interview or a speaking exam.
所以使用这个习语当你反省或者想起
So use it when you’re reflecting or thinking about some
你过去克服的困难时
of the challenges that you’ve overcome in the past.
所以它通常和工作甚至生活经历有关
So it could be relating to work or even life experiences.
他被用于当有人不得不快速学习一些东西
So it’s used when someone has to learn something
通常只是匆匆浏览
really quickly, usually just by giving it a shot,
去做到最好并且从错误中吸取教训
by doing their best and then learning from their mistakes.
用这个习语去描绘
So using this idiom to describe an experience
不惧恐怖的体验
that you’ve had helps to show that you’re not afraid
愿意努力工作或直面挑战
of hard work or challenges and that you’re willing
学习新的技能并且克服困难
to build new skills and overcome problems.
所以这是一个非常方便的习语
So it’s a really handy one to have!
对很多国际交流生来说
For many international students,
在以英语为母语的国家学习是
studying in an English-speaking country can be a
陡峭的学习曲线
steep learning curve.
从雇员到雇主
Going from employee to business owner
对我而言是真正的陡峭的学习曲线
was a really steep learning curve for me!
一直很艰难,就说这么多吧
It’s still steep actually, I’m only about here!
6个有关商业的习语 这是今天的全部内容!
So that’s it! Six new business idioms for you.
我确信你会想起其他
I’m sure that you can think of some others as well
和工作与商业有关的习语
that relate to jobs and business.
所以如果方便的话 点击这里在下方评论
So if you can, pop them in the comments below
和其他人分享你的想法
and share them with everyone.
当然 我一直想要与你见面
And of course, I always, always love to see you
用我教你的英语和我交流
actually using the English that I teach you.
所以现在花费一些时间
So take a moment right now
用今天学习的习语造句
to write a sentence using one of the idioms
并将它发表在评论区
that you’ve learned today and add it to the comments.
我将会替你检查同时你也有机会看见
I’ll check it for you but you’ll also get to see
这些习语是如何被作用在多种不同的
how the idioms are being used in lots of different
其他人写的例句中
examples from all of your peers.
一旦你这样做了 保持习惯
Once you do that, then come over here,
和我一起练习,用上这堂课的内容。
keep practising with me. Try out this lesson here
哪怕一个也行
or maybe even that one.
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Make sure you subscribe if you haven’t
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already subscribed, you’ll get a new lesson
每一周
every single week.
现在要说再见啦
Bye for now!

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