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150 OFFICIAL OFFICER's duties in English, plus English for professional activities and 7 features

Профессиональный офисный английский

English (self-name - English, the English language) is the language of the Anglo-Frisian subgroup of the western group of the German branch of the Indo-European language family.

English is the most important international language, which is explained by the colonial policy of the British Empire in the XIX century and the world influence of the USA in the XX-XXI centuries. There is a wide variety of dialects and dialects of English.

English originated in the early Middle Ages as the language of part of the German tribes invading Britain. He became native to the majority of the British population, and with the territorial growth of the British Empire, spread to Asia, Africa, North America and Australia. After gaining independence by the British colonies, English remained either the native language of most of the population (USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand), or one of the official languages ​​(India, Nigeria).

  • 1. Accomplish - perform, complete
  • 2. Act - act, influence
  • 3. Adapt - to apply, adapt
  • 4. Administer - to conduct business, provide
  • 5. Advance - to move forward, to develop
  • 6. Advise - advise, advise
  • 7. Allocate - allocate, assign
  • 8. Analyze - analyze
  • 9. Apply - apply
  • 10. Approve - approve
  • 11. Arbitrate - understand, make a decision
  • 12. Arrange - organize, prepare
  • 13. Assist - to help, to promote
  • 14. Attain - to achieve, to achieve
  • 15. Blend - to harmonize
  • 16. Bring - bring, bring
  • 17. Build - create, ground
  • 18. Carry out - carry out, bring to the end
  • 19. Catalog - systematize
  • 20. Change - change
  • 21. Classify - classify
  • 22. Collaborate - cooperate
  • 23. Compare - compare
  • 24. Complete - finish, complete
  • 25. Compute - doing calculations, counting
  • 26. Conceive - formulate the idea
  • 27. Conduct - to lead, to accompany
  • 28. Construct - create, construct
  • 29. Consult - advise
  • 30. Contract - to conclude a contract
  • 31. Control - control, check
  • 32. Cooperate - to cooperate
  • 33. Coordinate - coordinate
  • 34. Correct - correct, correct
  • 35. Counsel - to recommend
  • 36. Create - create
  • 37. Deal - to do business, to deal with
  • 38. Decide - decide, make decisions
  • 39. Decrease - reduce, reduce
  • 40. Define - define, denote
  • 41. Delegate - to entrust
  • 42. Derive - to establish, make a conclusion
  • 43. Designate - to give a characteristic
  • 44. Detect - to open, detect
  • 45. Develop - develop, develop
  • 46. Devise - invent, invent
  • 47. Direct - direct, lead
  • 48. Discover - Disclose
  • 49. Distribute - distribute, distribute
  • 50. Document - prepare documents
  • 51. Double - double
  • 52. Edit - edit
  • 53. Encourage - support
  • 54. Engineer - design, construct
  • 55. Enlarge - to increase, expand
  • 56. Escalate - to raise, raise
  • 57. Establish - to create, establish
  • 58. Estimate - counting
  • 59. Evaluate - evaluate
  • 60. Examine - to study
  • 61. Expand - to expand
  • 62. Experience - testing, conducting experiments
  • 63. Explore - investigate
  • 64. Facilitate - facilitate, facilitate
  • 65. Finalize - finish, end
  • 66. Formulate - formulate
  • 67. Found - to establish
  • 68. Function - act
  • 69. Govern - regulate, manage
  • 70. Group - group
  • 71. Guide - to conduct business, to direct
  • 72. Handle - hold in hand, manage
  • 73. Harmonize - harmonize, harmonize
  • 74. Harness - to restrain
  • 75. Head - Head
  • 76. Identify - identify, establish
  • 77. Implement - implement, implement
  • 78. Improve - improve
  • 79. Increase - increase
  • 80. Index - index
  • 81. Initiate - to start, acquaint
  • 82. Inspect - to inspect, observe
  • 83. Install - install, assign
  • 84. Institute - to establish, establish
  • 85. Interpret - to explain, interpret
  • 86. Introduce - enter, submit
  • 87. Invent - invent, invent
  • 88. Investigate - investigate
  • 89. Justify - explain, justify
  • 90. Lead - lead, forward
  • 91. Localize - localize, restrict
  • 92. Locate - determine the location, be
  • 93. Make - do, create
  • 94. Maintain - maintain, save
  • 95. Manage - manage
  • 96. Mechanize - to mechanize
  • 97. Merge - merge, merge
  • 98. Moderate - soften, restrain
  • 99. Motivate - motivate, motivate
  • 100. Negotiate - negotiate
  • 101. Open - open, start
  • 102. Operate - act, manage
  • 103. Organize - organize
  • 104. Originate - create, give rise
  • 105. Overcome - overcoming
  • 106. Perceive - to realize, to distinguish
  • 107. Perform - perform, perform
  • 108. Pioneer - indicate the direction
  • 109. Plan - plan, draw up a plan
  • 110. Prepare - prepare, compile
  • 111. Present - submit, submit
  • 112. Preside - to preside
  • 113. Process - processing, processing
  • 114. Program - to compile a program
  • 115. Promote - to promote, promote
  • 116. Provide - to provide, supply
  • 117. Purchase - purchase
  • 118. Raise - raise, advance
  • 119. Recommend - to recommend
  • 120. Record - record, register
  • 121. Recruit - hiring
  • 122. Rectify - correct, clean
  • 123. Redesign - to design in a new way
  • 124. Repair - restore
  • 125. Replace - rearrange, impose
  • 126. Restore - restore, revive
  • 127. Reverse - change, replace
  • 128. Review - check, review
  • 129. Revise - recycle, correct
  • 130. Save - save, save
  • 131. Screen - sort, demonstrate
  • 132. Select - select, select
  • 133. Service - to maintain, carry out repairs
  • 134. Set up - establish, create
  • Sign - sign
  • 136. Solve - decide, resolve
  • 137. Sort - sort, classify
  • 138. Spark - to inspire
  • 139. Specify - specify, mark
  • 140. Start - start
  • 141. Stimulate - to induce, stimulate
  • 142. Strengthen - strengthen, strengthen
  • Summarize - summarize, summarize
  • 144. Supervise - to supervise, to manage
  • 145. Support - support, help
  • 146. Systematize - systematize
  • 147. Test - testing, checking
  • 148. Total - to sum up
  • 149. Train - train, train
  • 150. Transact - to make a deal

Features of English for professional work

Профессиональный офисный английский

1. They need all the same BASIC WORDS from the usual English
2. and in general all the same grammar, but
3. PERFECT TIMES AND CONTINEYUS RARES, but
4. PASSIVE DEPOSIT,
5. A lot of different types of REVOLUTIONS - only in their language 6.
6. Well, a hundred or two WORDS-TERMS on its subject, for the transfer of interrelations between which three methods are used. There are not so many words, but they will be "on every corner". And without understanding the nuances can not do in any way. So you understand what I mean, here are some "girlish" examples. If you understand them immediately, there will be no problems with the terminology either. Well, if it is difficult, soon will be my post. so,
Girls rule - girl rule - girl rule - girl rule - girl rule - rule girl girl rule list - a rule of the girl - a price list of the rule
7. I quickly understand the terminology in this way: I enter into Google in quotes "basics of [your business] . " And I get a description of the case in the style of "for dummies." Keep in mind that only the text needs to master the terminology. Lists do not convey all the nuances of our terms.

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