Learning English Phrases Everyday(53)

1. mobilize

Today we are going to learn “mobilize”. It means to encourage people to support something in an active way.
eg:
(1) Where do we go from here? How do we mobilize?
(2) It also kind of implies hope, and it’s about what happens when people try to mobilize these workers in the mines.

2. negotiate

Another word is “negotiate”. It means to discuss something in order to reach an agreement, especially in business or politics.
eg:
(1) The government refuses to negotiate with terrorists.
(2) We can’t negotiate until each side is willing to give up some points.

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  • Thanks a lot for the words.
    To mobilize a person is not an easy task, I think. If you want to encourage any one, you need to know who he is and what he likes or dislikes. Also, you need to negotiate with yourself to balance his value and yours. What I mean here is to encourage any one we will lose our time, effort or even money which we have never want to be apart from 😛

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  • LEARNING ENGLISH PHRASES EVERYDAY(53)
    1. mobilize

    Today we are going to learn “mobilize”. It means to encourage people to support something in an active way.
    eg:
    (1) Where do we go from here? How do we mobilize?
    (2) It also kind of implies hope, and it’s about what happens when people try to mobilize these workers in the mines.
    2. negotiate

    Another word is “negotiate”. It means to discuss something in order to reach an agreement, especially in business or politics.
    eg:
    (1) The government refuses to negotiate with terrorists.
    (2) We can’t negotiate until each side is willing to give up some points.
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  • mobilize

    Today we are going to learn “mobilize”. It means to encourage people to support something in an active way.
    eg:
    (1) Where do we go from here? How do we mobilize?
    (2) It also kind of implies hope, and it’s about what happens when people try to mobilize these workers in the mines.
    2. negotiate

    Another word is “negotiate”. It means to discuss something in order to reach an agreement, especially in business or politics.
    eg:
    (1) The government refuses to negotiate with terrorists.
    (2) We can’t negotiate until each side is willing to give up some points.

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