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Vocabulary: declaring, asserting
In everyday situations, at work, but also in society or among your family, you have to "say" things and «assert», «declare», «state», «reveal» facts or opinions. To make oneself understood and understand one another, it's important to choose the right words and expressions. Every nuance matters!
To declare something to somebody
To state something/ that
To make a declaration
To make a statement
To assert something
To affirm something
To claim something
To maintain something
|To vouch for the fact|
To inform somebody of
To acquaint somebody with
|To bring something to attention||To announce something to somebody|
|A spokesperson||A proclamation|
|An announcement||A revelation|
|How to emphasize your writings?|
|To go on record as saying that ...||Strictly off the record... = unofficially|
|To insist on stg||To emphasise stg= to stress, to insist on|
|To underline stg|
EXPRESSIONS AND IDIOMS:
- I've heard that...
- We are pleased to announce that...
- You should know that.../ You should be aware that...
- It should be noted that...
- One must not forget that...
- It's important to bear in mind that...
- I have no hesitation in saying/ asserting that...
- It's an understatement...
(purse= American English for handbag)
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