Thursday, August 28, 2014

Prasal verbs with "get"

Phrasal Verbs:
get about
To be out of bed and beginning to walk again, as after an illness.
get across
1. To make understandable or clear: tried to get my point across.
2. To be convincing or understandable: How can I get across to the students?
get after
To urge or scold: You should get after them to mow the lawn.
get along
1. To be or continue to be on harmonious terms: gets along with the in-laws.
2. To manage or fare with reasonable success: can't get along on those wages.
a. To make progress.
b. To advance, especially in years.
4. To go away; leave.
get around
1. To circumvent or evade: managed to get around the real issues.
2. Informal To convince or win over by flattering or cajoling.
3. To travel from place to place: It is hard to get around without a car.
4. To become known; circulate: Word got around.
get at
1. To touch or reach successfully: The cat hid where we couldn't get at it.
2. To try to make understandable; hint at or suggest: I don't know what you're getting at.
3. To discover or understand: tried to get at the cause of the problem.
4. Informal To bribe or influence by improper or illegal means: He got at the judge, and the charges were dismissed.
get away
1. To break free; escape.
2. To leave or go away: wanted to come along, but couldn't get away.
get back
To return to a person, place, or condition: getting back to the subject.
get by
1. To pass or outstrip.
2. To succeed at a level of minimal acceptibility or with the minimal amount of effort: just got by in college.
3. To succeed in managing; survive: We'll get by if we economize.
4. To be unnoticed or ignored by: The mistake got by the editor, but the proofreader caught it.
get down
1. To descend.
2. To give one's attention. Often used with to: Let's get down to work.
3. To exhaust, discourage, or depress: The heat was getting me down.
4. To swallow: got the pill down on the first try.
5. To describe in writing.
6. Informal To lose one's inhibitions; enjoy oneself wholeheartedly.
get in
a. To enter.
b. To arrive: We got in late last night.
2. To become or cause to become involved: She got in with the wrong crowd. Repeated loans from the financecompany got me deeper in debt.
3. To become accepted, as in a club.
4. To succeed in making or doing: got in six deliveries before noon.
get into
1. To become involved in: got into trouble by stealing cars.
2. Informal To be interested in: got into gourmet cooking.
get off
1. To start, as on a trip; leave.
a. To fire (a round of ammunition, for example): got off two shots before the deer disappeared.
b. To write and send, as a letter.
3. To escape, as from punishment or danger: got off scot-free.
4. To obtain a release or lesser penalty for: The attorney got her client off with a slap on the wrist.
5. Slang To act or speak with effrontery. Used in the imperative to express contempt or disdainful disbelief.
6. Slang To have an orgasm.
7. Slang
a. To feel great pleasure or gratification.
b. To experience euphoria, for example, as a result of taking a drug.
8. To get permission to leave one's workplace: got off early and went fishing.
get on
1. To be or continue on harmonious terms: gets on well with the neighbors.
2. To manage or fare with reasonable success.
a. To make progress; continue: get on with a performance.
b. To advance in years.
4. To acquire understanding or knowledge: got on to the con game.
get out
a. To leave or escape.
b. To cause to leave or escape.
2. To become known: Somehow the secret got out.
3. To publish, as a newspaper.
get over
1. To prevail against; overcome.
2. To recover from: finally got over the divorce.
3. To get across.
get through
1. To arrive at the end of; finish or complete.
a. To succeed in making contact; reach.
b. To make oneself understood.
get to
a. To begin. Used with the present participle: got to reminiscing.
b. To start to deal with: didn't get to the housework until Sunday.
2. To influence or affect, especially adversely: The noise really gets to me.
get together
1. To bring together; gather.
2. To come together.
3. To arrive at an agreement.
get up
a. To arise from bed or rise to one's feet.
b. To climb.
2. To act as the creator or organizer of: got up a petition against rezoning.
3. To dress or adorn: She got herself up in a bizarre outfit.
4. To find within oneself: got up the nerve to quit.
get around to
To find the time or occasion for.
get away with
To escape the consequences of (a blameworthy act, for example): got away with cheating.
get back at
To take revenge on.
get cracking
To begin to work; get started.
get even
To obtain revenge.
get even with
To repay with an equivalent act, as for revenge.
get going
To make a beginning; get started.
get hold/ahold of
1. To bring into one's grasp, possession, or control.
2. To communicate with, especially by telephone.
get it Informal
To be punished or scolded.
get it on Slang
1. To become filled with energy or excitement.
2. To engage in sexual intercourse.
get nowhere
To make no progress.
get (one's) Informal
To receive one's due punishment: After sassing his parents, he really got his.
get on the stick
To begin to work.
get out of
To gain release from the obligation of: She tried to get out of taking her brother to the mall. He couldn't get out of hisdate on Saturday.
get (someone's) goat
To make angry or vexed.
get somewhere Informal
To make progress.
get there Informal
To make progress or achieve success.
get wind of
To learn of: got wind of the scheme.

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Friday, August 15, 2014

List of things about personality

List of question about personality:

- What's he/ she like?

For example:  Grasel has got a new boyfriend!
                      Oh really? What is he like

- How does she/ he seem?

- What are your first impressions of him/ she?

- What is his personality?

- How is his character?

The common structure for the answer

- He/ She  + is + ( adv ) adj
He seems + adj ( Use it when you're not sure, or your opinion about the first time you see him/her )

For example: 

He's lovely
He seems melancholic person
He seems too good to be true
He's trusthworthy person
He's a control freak

Now, below is some adj about personality

Lovely, cool,  cute:  đáng yêu, dễ thương,...
trusthworthy person: người đáng tin cậy
 incisive:  sâu sắc, nhạy bén
wise:  thông thái
intelligent, smart, sharp as task: thông minh
naughty: nghịch ngợm
spry: lanh lợi
foxy: xảo quyệt
punctual person: người đúng giờ
strict: nghiêm khắc, nghiêm nghị
extroverted: hướng ngoại
cheerful: vui vẻ
energic: giàu năng lượng ( chỉ chung cho những người có các tính  sông xáo nhiệt tình năng động )
daydreamer: người mơ mộng
thoughtful: chu đáo cẩn thận ( luôn suy nghĩ trước khi làm )
melancholic: u sầu
loyal: trung thành
frank: thẳng thắn
honest: thành thật
truthful: thật thà
childlike: ngây thơ
enthusiastic: nhiệt tình
warm-hearted: nhân hậu
careless: cẩu thả, không cẩn thận
unconcern: vô lo, ( nặng thì gọi là lãnh đạm )
happy go lucky: vô âu vô lâu, vô tư

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

List of interview question

Interviewer ( I )
Candidate ( C )

I:  Could you tell me something about yourself?
    Tell me a little bit about yourself ?
    How would you describe your personality?
    How would you describe yourself
    Could you describe yourself briefly?

C: Im ( Your name ) twenty five years old. Im a single person. Im hard-working, eager to learn. I enjoy working with the other people. And I do love chanllenges.
   Im+ Your name. I like being with people, helping people. I enjoy problem solving and challenging work

I: May I ask How old you are
C: Im ... years old

I: Are you originally from +  country/ city?
C: yes/ No. Im originally from +  country/city

C: Would you like to see my resume

I: Could you tell me where was your last job?
C: ( Sure ).
I worked for / at + Name of company, work in + Department  back
 >> How to use work for or work at is here <<

I: Why did you leave that job?
C: Because Im looking for more challenges. or  Im motivated by challenges, have the ability to effectively meet challenges, and have the flexibility and skills necessary to handle a challenging job
I'll work hard-working if you give me this job

I: What is your greates weakness?  What is your greates strength?
C: check the answer here

Check more question here: 

  1. How will your greatest strength help you perform? 
  2. Are you lucky? 
  3. Are you nice?
  4. How would you describe yourself?
  5. Describe a typical work week. 
  6. Describe your work style. 
  7. Do you consider yourself successful? Why?
  8. Do you work well with other people? 
  9. Do you take work home with you? 
  10. How are you different from the competition?
  11. How do you view yourself? Who do you compare yourself to?
  12. How many hours do you normally work? 
  13. How would you adjust to working for a new company? 
  14. How would you describe the pace at which you work? 
  15. How do you handle stress and pressure?
  16. What motivates you? 
  17. Are you a self motivator?
  18. What do you find are the most difficult decisions to make?
  19. Tell me about yourself. 
  20. What has been the greatest disappointment in your life? 
  21. What are you passionate about? 
  22. What are your hobbies?
  23. What are your pet peeves? 
  24. What do people most often criticize about you? 
  25. What is the biggest criticism you received from your boss?
  26. What is the worst thing that you have ever gotten away with? 
  27. What is your dream job? 
  28. What is your professional development plan?
  29. What makes you angry? 
  30. What would you be looking for in an applicant?
  31. When was the last time you were angry? What happened?
  32. Why did you choose your major? 
  33. Why did you go back to school?
  34. Why should I take a risk on you?
  35. If you could relive the last 10 years of your life, what would you do differently? 
  36. If the people who know you were asked why you should be hired, what would they say? 
  37. Do you prefer to work independently or on a team? 
  38. Give some examples of teamwork. -
  39. More teamwork interview questions. 
  40. What type of work environment do you prefer? 
  41. How do you evaluate success? 
  42. If you know your boss is 100% wrong about something how would you handle it? 
  43. Describe a difficult work situation / project and how you overcame it.
  44. Describe a time when your workload was heavy and how you handled it.

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Interview: Smart answer for What is your greates weakness/ strength?

What is your greates weakness

An alternative approach is to analyze the key skills and strengths required for the position you are interviewing for and then come up with an honest shortcoming which is not essential for success in that job.
For example, if you are applying for nursing job, you might share that you are not particularly adept at conducting group presentations. In this case it will be critical to underscore your strength in one to one communication with patients while providing an example of your difficulty with presentations to large groups.
Mention Skills You Have Improved
Another option is to discuss skills that you have improved upon during your previous job, so you are showing the interviewer that you can make improvements, when necessary. You can sketch for employers your initial level of functioning, discuss the steps you have taken to improve this area and then reference your current, improved level of skill.
If you use this strategy be sure not to mention anything that you improved upon that is related to the job for which you are interviewing. You don't want your qualifications for the job to be questioned.
Turn a Negative into a Positive
Another option is try to turn a negative into a positive. For example, a sense of urgency to get projects completed or wanting to triple-check every item in a spreadsheet can be turned into a strength i.e. you are a candidate who will make sure that the project is done on time and your work will be close to perfect.
Note that the term "weakness" isn't used in the sample answers - you always want to focus on the positive when interviewing.
Best Answers
When I'm working on a project, I don't want just to meet deadlines. Rather, I prefer to complete the project well ahead of schedule.
Being organized wasn't my strongest point, but I implemented a time management system that really helped my organization skills.
I like to make sure that my work is perfect, so I tend to perhaps spend a little too much time checking it. However, I've come to a good balance by setting up a system to ensure everything is done correctly the first time.
I used to wait until the last minute to set appointments for the coming week, but I realized that scheduling in advance makes much more sense.
Sometimes, I spend more time than necessary on a task, or take on tasks personally that could easily be delegated to someone else. Although I've never missed a deadline, it is still an effort for me to know when to move on to the next task, and to be confident when assigning others work.
I had difficulty with calculus during college, but I persevered with tutoring assistance and extra effort and completed 2 levels with a B minus average.
I've learned to make my perfectionism work to my advantage at work. I am excellent at meeting deadlines, and with my attention to detail, I know my work is correct.
I used to like to work on one project to its completion before starting on another, but I've learned to work on many projects at the same time, and I think it allows me to be more creative and effective in each one.

What is your greates  strength

The best way to respond is to describe the skills and experience that directly correlate with the job you are applying for.
Sample Answers
  • When I'm working on a project, I don't want just to meet deadlines. Rather, I prefer to complete the project well ahead of schedule.
  • I have exceeded my sales goals every quarter and I've earned a bonus each year since I started with my current employer.
  • My time management skills are excellent and I'm organized, efficient, and take pride in excelling at my work.
  • I pride myself on my customer service skills and my ability to resolve what could be difficult situations.

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In this book, Grammar, exercises and answer too. 

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Monday, August 11, 2014

Idioms with red in english

Red in the face : it means angry
My manager was red in his face when I maked serious mistake
Red as a lobster: it means a bad sun burn
She is red as a lobster, after a day at beach
Red tag sale: it means special sale
I love it when stores have red tag sales
Paint the town red : it means have a great time, party

We panted the town red when I was on 25th birthday


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Useful vocabulary in marketing

1. Compare
Compare + with: đối chiếu

for example:       compare the original with this copy

Compare + to: so sánh

for example:      compare this t-shirt to this blouse which is more beautiful than
                         compare his plan to her plan which is better?

2.  Inspire to : truyền cảm hứng

for example:     The way he did is an inspiration to marketing department

3. Market: trong marketing người ta gọi là thị trường

4. Satisfy : làm hài lòng
for example:     How to improve customer satisfaction?

5. Concept: nghĩa là tạo hình, phong cách, cách thể hiện bằng vẻ ngoài của sản phẩm

 T-ara used robot concept when they comed back with sexy love


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There are some ways to say thank you

Below is some ways to say thank you 

I owe you one
You're a life saver
You saved my day
You saved my life
I owe you big time
Thank you so much
I do not know how to thank you
I do not know what I do with you
I don’t have the words to thank you
I appreciate it more then you will ever know


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Những mẫu câu dùng để đưa ra ý kiến (Stating your Opinion)

· It seems to me that ...: Với tôi, dường như là...
· In my opinion, ... : Theo ý kiến tôi thì…
· I am of the opinion that .../ I take the view that ..: Ý kiến của tôi là/ Tôi nhìn nhận vấn đề này là...
· My personal view is that ... : Quan điểm của riêng tôi là…
· In my experience ... : Theo kinh nghiệm của tôi thì…
· As far as I understand / can see ... : Theo như tôi hiểu thì…
· As I see it, .../ From my point of view ... : Theo tôi/ theo quan điểm của tôi...
· As far as I know ... / From what I know ...: Theo tôi biết thì…/ Từ nhừng gì tôi biết thì…
· I might be wrong but ... : Có thể tôi sai nhưng…
· If I am not mistaken ... : Nếu tôi không nhầm thì…
· I believe one can (safely) say ... : Tôi tin rằng….
· I must admit that ... (Tôi phải thừa nhận rằng…).
· I cannot deny that ... : Tôi không thể phủ nhận rằng…..
· I can imagine that ... : Tôi có thể tưởng tượng là …..
· I think/believe/suppose ... : Tôi nghĩ/ tin/ cho là….
· Personally, I think ... : Cá nhân tôi nghĩ rằng….
· That is why I think ... : Đó là lý do tại sao tôi nghĩ rằng….
· I am sure/certain/convinced that ...: Tôi chắc chắn rằng….
· I am not sure/certain, but ... : Tôi không chắc nhưng…
· I have read that ... : Tôi đã đọc được rằng….
· I am of mixed opinions (about / on) ... : Tôi đang phân vân về việc….
· I have no opinion in this matter: Tôi không có ý kiến gì về việc này.
Outlining Facts (Chỉ ra điều hiển nhiên)
· The fact is that …: Thực tế là….
· The (main) point is that ... : Ý chính ở đây là….
· This proves that ... : Điều này chứng tỏ rẳng….
· What it comes down to is that ... : Theo những gì được truyền lại thì…
· It is obvious that ...: Hiển nhiên là....
· It is certain that ... : Tất nhiên là…..
· One can say that ... : Có thể nói là….
· It is clear that ... : Rõ ràng rằng…..
· There is no doubt that ... : Không còn nghi ngờ gì nữa…..

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