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Curso de Inglés para Marketing

Curso de Inglés para Marketing

Ana Karina Gonz√°lez

Ana Karina Gonz√°lez

Vocabulary: Promotion

10/19
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my vocabulary notes:
Branding (v.): The marketing practice of creating a name, symbol or design that identifies and differentiates a product from other products.
Differentiate a brand (v.): To cause a brand to stand out uniquely in comparison to its competitors.
Competitors (n.): Rival, challenger, opponent.
Shut someone down (v.): To interrupt someone or not allow them to finish their thoughts.
Derail the conversation (v.): To deviate from the course of action or goal during a conversation.
Impede progress (v.): To slow down, hinder moving forward.
Social media marketing (n.): A form of Internet marketing that utilizes social networking websites as a marketing tool.
Concise (adj.): Giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words.
Abbreviated (v.): To shorten a word or a phrase.
**Call for action (n.): **A request to get someone to do something.
Active voice (n.): When the subject of a sentence is doing the action.
Run-on sentences (n.): Sentences in which two or more main or independent clauses are joined without a word or punctuation mark to connect them.
Fluff (n.): Unnecessary adjectives, words and information to fill sentences.
Catchy (adj.): Pleasing and easily remembered.
Blunder (n.): Mistake; error.

My vocabulary notes here!

shut someone down (v.)
To interrupt someone or not allow them to finish their thoughts
derail the conversation (v.)
To deviate from the course of action or goal during a conversation
impede progress (v.)
To slow down, hinder moving forward
run-on sentences (n.)
Sentences in which two or more main or independent clauses are joined without a word or punctuation mark to connect them
fluff (n.)
Unnecessary adjectives, words and information to fill sentences
catchy (adj.)
Pleasing and easily remembered
alliteration (n.)
The repeat of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words
parallel structure (n.)
The same pattern of words to show that two or more ideas have the same level of importance or for emphasis
blunder (n.)
Mistake; error
play on words (idiom)
Words or phrases with double meanings, puns
debut (n.)
A first appearance or performance in a particular capacity or role

Share my notes, I make some changes in the case of:

  • Branding (v) ‚ÄĒ> to a noun
  • The verb is Brand and with gerund --> Branding

And separe in the column of verbs

  • Derail
  • Impede
    And the phrases created with this verbs in the columns of idiom

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