Can you fill this form out (fill out this form) for me?
run out (of something) - use all and have no more of something
The dilution of the calibration solution has run out.
note down - write
We must note down the minutes of the meeting.
It's very important. We must note it down.
back up - make an extra copy
I always bake up files of data.
come up - happen or arise
I need to cancel the lesson. Something has come up.
A cold weather came up yesterday.
keep up with - follow or keep pace
We need to keep up with the timetable.
I need to keep up with the latest trends on the market because my company needs to be competitive.
I need to keep up with the values to see the endpoint.
set up - organize, start
I set up my company in September.
It's time to set up a new marketing plan.
We are going to set up a new project on this subject.
Our company has been going through some financial problems for a long time.
We are going through the next period of testing our new devise.
In Finland we are going through the darkest season of the year.
find out - discover or obtain/get information
I need to find out who is our biggest competitor.
I have to find out where the sun is now.(somebody told me)
I must find out which company is the best on the market. (I really want)
call off - cancel
I must call off our class on 13.03.18 due to my flight.
have/has + verb (III)
Present perfect continuous
1. YES! I have now option to write here.
2. I have been writing this English sentence without no
1. I have done all the measurements of the samples.
2. I have been using this software for data analysis for five years.
1. I have been verý busy at work lately.
2. I have been freezing today because it's sUCH cold weather (SO+adjective; SUCH+ (adjective)+a noun)
1. I have worked hard lately.
2. I have been doing mostly paper work all day. (so long)
Seppo: I have worked with a challenging customer..
1. I have had 7 classes today. (HOW MANY-present perfect)
2. I have been teaching English for 17 years now. (HOW LONG-present perfect continuous)
Personnel manager: Hi Mark, thanks for coming today. I’m Linda Smith. Nice to meet you.
Candidate: Hello, I’m Mark Turner. Nice to meet you, too.
Personnel manager: Have you read the information about this job?
Candidate: Yes, it sounds very interesting.
Personnel manager: What did you study?
Candidate: I studied marketing at Sorbonne University.
Personnel manager: Great. Can you tell me about your present job?
Candidate: Well, I work in sales and I’ve managed teams and projects. I also have a lot of contact with customers.
Personnel manager: How long have you been in sales?
Candidate: I’ve worked in sales for four years.
Personnel manager: What do you do in your free time, Mark?
Candidate: I play golf and go swimming.
Personnel manager: And finally, why do you want this job?
Candidate: I really want to work in marketing. This is a great opportunity for my career and I think I have the right skills for the job.
Personnel manager: Thank you Mark. It’s been good talking to you. Thanks for coming to the interview.
You are looking for someone to work in the Buying Department.
Studied marketing/Cambridge University
Work in the Sales Department/manage a team of sales reps/5 years
Free time – baseball/fishing
Why? – a lot of experience/great results/like working with people
You are looking for someone to work in the IT Department.
Studied computer programming/Harvard University
Work in information technology/manage computer systems/ 2 years
Free time – computer games/paintball
Why? – really like programming and shift work