You are between a rock and a hard place when you have to make a decision between two choices, and both choices are difficult.
Both options are difficult for the business, but we have to accept one of them – we’re between a rock and a hard place.
Photo by Mohamed Ahmed.
One of my first courses was at a company in Berlin who wanted to learn business English. Keep on reading!
Den Gürtel enger schnallen.
When you have less money than before, and therefore have to reduce spending.
Profits dropped last year, so we will have to tighten our belts and reduce spend on training.
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This week’s idiom is ‘a learning curve‘.
A ‘learning curve’ happens when you have to learn a lot in a short period of time in order to a job or a task.
The first few weeks of my new job were a steep learning curve – there was so much information to read.
Viele Jahre lang war ein Vokabelhelft der beste Weg, Business Englisch in Berlin zu lernen, aber heutzutage scheint das es sehr umständlich. Man musste Bleistift und Papier haben um englische Wörter zu schreiben, man muss das Buch immer dabei haben usw.
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