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第44期:六个商务英语习语(2)

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Now, once you've had your job for a while, it might be time to focus on climbing the corporate ladder.

现在,一旦你已经工作了一段时间,也许是时候集中精力升职加薪了。
So this idiom talks about the progression of roles through a career,
这个习语讲的是职业生涯中岗位的晋升。
starting with an entry-level job, an internship or a position straight out of university.
从最基础的工作做起,实习生或刚大学毕业后的职位。
But over the years, you get promotions, you switch companies, you become known in your industry, you work your way up to better and better opportunities.
但过了几年,你得到了晋升,你会跳槽,你会在行业里声名大噪,你会获得越来越好的机会。
You get paid more, you have more responsibilities, you'll be a manager and then one day maybe even the CEO!
你会得到越来越多的薪水,你有了更多的责任,你将成为一名经理,也许某天会成为CEO!
So this progression is called ‘climbing the corporate ladder'
这个过程就叫“在职场步步高升”。
Tim climbed the corporate ladder quickly. He became a partner at the company by the time he was 26.
蒂姆晋升的很快。他在26岁时成为了公司的合伙人。
But James has never been interested in climbing the corporate ladder.
但是詹姆斯对升职从不感兴趣。
I feel inspired by women who climb the corporate ladder and raise a family at the same time. Amazing!
我深受那些一边步步高升,同时还能兼顾家庭的女性的鼓舞。太棒了吧。
People who think outside the box are usually pretty valuable employees
打破常规的人通常是很有价值的员工,
because they think creatively and they solve problems in non-standard ways.
因为他们的思维富有创造性,而且他们可以用非常规的方式解决问题。
So they think outside or beyond the normal or standard way of thinking
所以他们会打破常或标准来进行思考,
which often leads to really interesting, creative solutions to problems.
而这种思维方式往往会导致真正有趣的、创造性的问题解决方案。
We need to think outside the box and find a different solution.
我们需要打破常规,并找到不同的解决方案。
Steve's probably the most creative guy on the team – he's always thinking outside the box.
史蒂夫可能是队里最有创造力的人——他总是打破常规地思考。
Now in Australia, you'll often hear this expression as ‘thinking outside the square‘ – it's the same thing.

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现在在澳大利亚,你经常会听到“thinking outside the square”这种表达方式——这是一样的。

Are you the type of person who thinks outside the square?
你是那种打破常规的人吗?
Last one, a ‘steep learning curve‘.
最后一个是“陡峭的学习曲线”——短期内需掌握全新的知识。
Now this is a brilliant idiom to use during a job interview
这是一个很好的习语,可以在面试时使用
– so was the last one actually –
——上一个也很实用——
but this one is a brilliant idiom to use during an interview or a speaking exam.
但是这个习语十分适用于面试或口语考试。
So use it when you're reflecting or thinking about some of the challenges that you've overcome in the past.
所以,你可以在反思或思考你过去所克服的一些挑战时候使用这个习语。
So it could be relating to work or even life experiences.
所以它可能与工作甚至生活经历有关。
So it's used when someone has to learn something really quickly,
它可以用于,当某个人必须快速学习某件事情,
usually just by giving it a shot, by doing their best and then learning from their mistakes.
通常只需尝试一下,竭尽全力,然后从失败中吸取教训。
So using this idiom to describe an experience that you've had
所以可以使用这个习语来描述自己的一段经历,
helps to show that you're not afraid of hard work or challenges
这有助于表明你不畏惧艰苦的工作或者挑战,
and that you're willing to build new skills and overcome problems.
而且你愿意培养新的技能并克服困难。
So it's a really handy one to have!
这个习语很实用吧。
For many international students, studying in an English-speaking country can be a steep learning curve.
对于许多国际学生来说,在说英语的国家学习意味着需要短期内需掌握全新的知识。
Going from employee to business owner was a really steep learning curve for me! It's still steep actually, I'm only about here!
从员工到公司老板,这需要我在短期内需掌握全新的知识。任务很艰巨,我还没完全掌握!
So that's it!
就这么多!
Six new business idioms for you.
为你准备的六个商务习语。
I'm sure that you can think of some others as well that relate to jobs and business.
我肯定你也能想出一些和工作或商务有关的习语。
So if you can, pop them in the comments below and share the with everyone.
如果你想出来的话,在评论区分享给大家吧。
And of course, I always, always love to see you actually using the English that I teach you.
当然了,我一直很想看到你们使用我教给你们的英语。
So take a moment right now to write a sentence using one of the idioms that you've learned today and add it to the comments.
所以现在花点时间用你们今天学到的一个习语造个句子吧,然后写在评论区里。
I'll check it for you but you'll also get to see how the idioms are being used in lots of different examples from all of your peers.
我会为你们检查的,但你也可以看到你的同龄人是如何在许多不同的例子中使用这些习语的。
Once you do that, then come over here, keep practising with me.
如果你做完的话,就过来和我一起练习吧。
Try out this lesson here or maybe even that one.
试验这节课,或者其他课。
Make sure you subscribe if you haven't already subscribed, you'll get a new lesson every single week. Bye for now!
如果你还没有订阅,记得一定要订阅,这样你每周都会看到新发布的课程。再见!

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inspired [in'spaiəd]

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adj. 有创见的,有灵感的

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partner ['pɑ:tnə]

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n. 搭档,伙伴,合伙人
v. 同 ... 合

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brilliant ['briljənt]

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adj. 卓越的,光辉的,灿烂的
n. 宝石

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valuable ['væljuəbl]

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adj. 贵重的,有价值的
n. (pl.)贵

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employee [.emplɔi'i:]

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n. 雇员

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interview ['intəvju:]

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n. 接见,会见,面试,面谈
vt. 接见,采

 
solution [sə'lu:ʃən]

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n. 解答,解决办法,溶解,溶液

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haven ['heivn]

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n. 港口,避难所,安息所 v. 安置 ... 于港中,

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ladder ['lædə]

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n. 梯子,阶梯,梯状物
n. (袜子)

 
steep [sti:p]

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adj. 陡峭的,险峻的,(价格)过高的
n.

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