6.1 Language Functions (02:24)
Hear examples of reasons involving where and why, what should be done, feelings, and opinions.
6.2 Grammar (03:15)
Examples of irregular past tense include: drove, chose, told, found, wrote, gave, was, went, got, said, kept, let, saw, took, sent, told, thought, and stole.
6.3 Idioms (04:27)
Learn the definition of several idioms. Examples include: "your guess is as good as mine," "vanished into thin air," "make a beeline," "zero in," "pick up the tab," "talk shop," and "cut to the chase."
6.4 Vocabulary (02:35)
Examples of vocabulary words include: train wreck, patience, jargon, work-oriented, appropriate, winner, supportive, reminder, and no/know.
6.5 Pronunciation (02:09)
See six examples of using the short form of the word because—cos.
Credits: Giving Reasons: English at Work (00:17)
Credits: Giving Reasons: English at Work
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