Commute /kəˈmjuːt/ (verb) to travel regularly by bus, train, car, etc. between your place of work and your home Example: He commutes to work every day by train.
Be glad to do sth /biː/ /glæd/ /tuː/ (adjective) Example: I'm glad to see all of you here in the training session.
In order to do sth /ɪn/ /ˈɔːdə/ /tuː/ Conj Example: In order to enhance our productivity, we decided to upgrade the Internet system.
Get used to sth/ doing sth /gɛt/ /juːzd/ /tuː/ (verb) Example: We'd like you to get used to our new inventory software program.
To be well organized /tuː/ /biː/ /wɛl/ /ˈɔːgənaɪzd/ (adjective) Example: I'm sure this program will help you keep our stock well organized.
Have an interview with sb /hæv/ /ən/ /ˈɪntəvjuː/ /wɪð/ (verb) Example: we have a special interview with Gary Houston.
Be responsible (for doing sth) /biː/ /rɪsˈpɒnsəbl/ (/fɔː/ /ˈdu(ː)ɪŋ/ (adjective) Example: He is responsible for making our Web site truly interactive.
Have a company picnic /hæv/ /ə/ /ˈkʌmpəni/ /ˈpɪknɪk/ (verb) Example: The staff will have a company picnic this weekend.
Hire new employees /ˈhaɪə/ /njuː/ /ˌɛmplɔɪˈiːz/ (verb) Example: The officer is hiring some new employees.
Attend a conference /əˈtɛnd/ /ə/ /ˈkɒnfərəns/ (verb) Example: We are attending a conference in the meeting hall.
Order supplies /ˈɔːdə/ /səˈplaɪz/ (verb) Example: She's ordering supplies for the office.
Take a vacation /teɪk/ /ə/ /vəˈkeɪʃən/ (verb) Example: The President is going to take a vacation next week and Mr. Park will be in charge of the company while
Start a small business /stɑːt/ /ə/ /smɔːl/ /ˈbɪznɪs/ (verb) Example: Our company decided to start a small business in food and beverage industry.
Write a list /raɪt/ /ə/ /lɪst/ (verb) Example: I wrote a list of names and job titles
drop to/ into /drɒp/ /tuː// /ˈɪntuː/ (verb) Example: The temperatures there will drop into the low 70s.
continue to do sth /kənˈtɪnju(ː)/ /tuː/ (verb) Example: Coast weather will continue to be warm and sunny for the next two days.
At the start of sth /æt/ /ðə/ /stɑːt/ /ɒv/ (adjective) Example: At the start of next week, we expect some clearing in the north.
Predict to do sth /prɪˈdɪkt/ /tuː/ /duː/ (verb) Example: The storm is predicted to strike southern Florida early this evening.
Weather update /ˈwɛðər/ /ʌpˈdeɪt/ (noun) Example: This is Tony Malloy with a valley weather update
Expect sth/ to do sth /ɪksˈpɛkt/ (verb) Example: We're expecting afternoon clearing with partly cloudy skies
Chance of sth /ʧɑːns/ /ɒv/ (noun) Example: Chance of rain is 40 percent today but drops to 10 percent by Friday.
A blanket of snow /ə/ /ˈblæŋkɪt/ /ɒv/ /snəʊ/ (noun) Example: This morning we discovered a blanket of snow in the garden.
A drop of rain /ə/ /drɒp/ /ɒv/ /reɪn/ (noun) Example: There was not even a single drop of rain.
Gloomy weather /ˈgluːmi/ /ˈwɛðə/ (noun) Example: The gloomy weather is depressing.
Rain cats and dogs /reɪn/ /kæts/ /ænd/ /dɒgz/ (verb) Example: I am soaking wet because it is raining cats and dogs.
Head to sth /hɛd/ /tuː/ (verb) Example: Let's head east to avoid the traffic.
Interchange /ˈɪntərtʃeɪndʒ/ (noun) the act of sharing or exchanging something, especially ideas or information Example: The downtown interchange is closed due to construction.
Shift to sth /ʃɪft/ /tuː/ (verb) Example: We ought to shift to the center lane to pass these slow-moving cars.
Bottleneck /ˈbɑːtlnek/ (noun) a narrow or busy section of road where the traffic often gets slower and stops Example: There is a huge bottleneck in traffic at the intersection of Center and State Street.
Car crash /ˈkɑːr kræʃ/ (noun) an accident in which a car hits something, for example another vehicle, usually causing damage and often killing or injuring the passengers Example: There was a car crash on the ring road.
Bumper-to- bumper /ˈbʌmpə/-/tuː/- /ˈbʌmpə/ (adjective) Example: The cars on the highway are bumper to bumper right now
Congestion /kənˈdʒestʃən/ (noun) the state of being crowded and full of traffic Example: Rising traffic congestion is an inescapable condition in large and growing metropolitan areas