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TIP 4. Business Words

Enquiry (n)

An enquiry is a more formal word for question. It translates as Anfrage in German.

"A potential client made an enquiry about the price of our new services."
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TIP 3. Grammar

By & Until

By means at or before. It is used to say that something will happen at or before a certain time:

> Mark will be at work by 9 o’clock.
(Here the speaker does not know exactly when Mark will be at work. But, he
knows that Mark will be at work before, or at the very latest 9 o'clock.)

> I have to finish this report by Friday at the latest.
(Here ‘until’ would be wrong.)

>If you aren’t here by 9, we will start the meeting without you.

Until is used to say that something will continue up to a certain moment:

> I will be in the office until 3 o’clock.
(Here the speaker will stay in the office until 3 o'clock, and then he/she will
leave.)

> I waited for you until 3, then I had to leave to catch my bus.
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TIP 2. Business Idiom

Gentleman's Agreement

When an agreement is neither written nor signed, because the two parties trust each other completely, it is called a gentleman's agreement.

"It was a gentleman's agreement. I can't change my mind now!"
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TIP 1. Commonly Misspelt words

S-E-P-A-R-A-T-E – NOT Seperate

…is the most commonly miss-spelt word in the English language, according the market research company which carried out the study of 3,500 Britons. 
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