1. Leverage (as a verb)
  2. Seamless
  3. Learnings
  4. The ask
  5. Planful
  1. Reach out
  2. Socialize the plan
  3. The optics
  4. Synergize
  5. Value creation
  1. begs the questions — An argument that improperly assumes as true the very point the speaker is trying to argue for is said in formal logic to “beg the question;” it does not mean “raises the question.”
  2. penultimate — means “next to last,” not “the very best”
  3. showstopper — means “a fantastic performance,” not “an obstacle”
  1. don’t disagree — agree
  2. is comprised of — comprises
  3. should have went — should have gone
  4. the proof is in the pudding — the proof of the pudding is in the eating
  5. very unique — unique (or very unusual)
  6. fewer — a smaller number of persons or things (that can be counted); less — a smaller portion or quantity (that cannot be counted)
  7. phenomenon (singular); phenomena (plural)
  8. Traditionally, forte ‎(strength or talent) was a one-syllable word, like its French etymon. Perhaps due to confusion with forte ‎(loudly), a two-syllable pronunciation also came into common use.
  9. EST (CST, MST, PST, etc.) — used for times when Standard Time is in effect; EDT (CDT, MDT, PDT, etc.) — used for times when Daylight Savings Time is in effect — don’t use EST for times when Daylight Savings Time is in effect
  10. e.g., — for example (an example should follow, or an incomplete list); i.e., — that is (a clarification should follow, or a complete list) — Note: Always include the periods and follow the second one with a comma (not “eg” or “ie”, but “e.g.,” or “i.e.,”).

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