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Is it me missed meaning of “get off on the right foot” expression from question 5, or it’s not mentioned in the video on purpose, to figure it out by yourself? Because its meaning in that context is no really obvious…

Hantera

    Hi Hantera,

    I’m sorry about that. That was my mistake. It was an extra expression for another video and somehow got into this quiz.

    To ‘get off on the right foot’ means to have a good first meeting. To ‘get off on the wrong foot’, means to have a bad first meeting.

    I hope this helps.

    Adam

      Oh, no problem, was just curious, thank you for clarification.

      Hantera

Adam, good day! Your lessons are very practical. Thank you for that.
Difficult times happen. Don’t be sad. It will pass.

SengVid

In a way, I’m glad to be retired now because it seems like the working world is getting harder and harder. Thank you Adam.

beernaard

Good day and thank you for this explication

Elhoucine1984.

Adam, thank you very much!

Marikash

Thank you, I have to memorize these expressions and try again, I didn´t pass the quiz :)

NuriaNO

thank you very very much

abdelrahman2011221613

Great expressions!

caitaua

Great expressions

Nabil-BOUROUBA

thanks everyone :)

Adam

Nice work, Adam. Now I can just get my foot in the door of business English and get the ball rolling on speaking more professionally.

Valeriy Mazepa
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