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Phrasal verb in daily business communication


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Follow up: To continue communicating with someone after an event.

Ex: Don't forget to follow up after the interview!

To wrap up: To finish an event or an activity.

Ex: Let's wrap up this meeting so we can go to lunch.

To come up with: To think of an idea.

Ex: We need to come up with a new strategy by next week.

To burn out: To become a very overwhelmed with a heavy workload.

Ex: If you work 80 hours per week, you will burn out.

Carry out: To execute a project or assignment.

Ex: Who will carry out your duties when you leave the company?

To write up: To summarize information information in a formal report or study.

Ex: Would you please write up a report about our newest product?

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