Last week of September!
Business English is back!
Did you all have a good Chuseok holiday?
Then you should come back to work!
Today's business English expression..!
After a long Chuseok, when a new person entered the company,
Rumors are starting to circulate in the company!
'The employee who came in this time was parachuted...👥'
What kind of expression is used in this case?
The correct answer is
To pull strings
Literally translated, it means 'pull the string', but
When used in everyday life, it is used as an idiomatic expression of 'to exercise influence'!
The expression called “To pull strings” can be interpreted in various ways other than “to exert influence.”
Let's take a look at the various interpretations of To pull strings?
To pull strings, This expression is
Keep the connection
This is an expression often used to use one's power or influence!
Let's see how it is used in real life through examples?
If I pull some strings, I might be able to find a time for you to meet them.
With a little effort, I can make them meet.
He became adviser to our firm through someone higher up having pulled some strings.
He became an advisor to our company as a parachute.
His father has pulled some strings for him. His father wrote me some backstory. Written like this!
His father wrote me some backstory.
Written like this!
Second post of the business fold
To pull strings often used in business English conversation!
How was it?
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Then I'll come back with more useful business English conversation expressions next time!
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