Jul 17, 2022
In Fashion Forum
Make a strong case?" He thought to himself, what kind of case did his friend help him with, and the interview went so smoothly today? Make a case is not a case, but a common phrase in shopping malls, which means "give a good reason to persuade others". With strong added here, the reason for persuasion is even stronger. Your friend here has been making a strong case for why I should hire you. (X) Your friend made a project, so I decided to hire you. (O) Your friend convinced me, so I decided to hire you. Conversely, if no good reason is given, we use fail to make a case, for example: You have failed to make a case for us to support this project so we are unable to approve your request for funding at this time. You haven't given enough reasons why we have to support this project, so we can't agree to sponsor this time. Case often appears in office photo background removing spoken language, with flexible usage and many meanings. Let's look at a few sentences that are easily misunderstood. That will be the case. (X) is the case. (O) This is the case. Most nouns in English have two connotations of "real" and "virtual". The real meaning of Case is "case, box", and the virtual meaning is "situation, case". "That will be the case." means "That will be the case." But if the situation is only temporary, not permanent, you can say the other way around: That will not always be the case. This will not always be the case. Just get off my case! (X) Do not interfere in my case. (O) Stop reading. / Stop scolding me. This phrase often occurs in the office, especially when someone is holding on to your handle and it comes in handy. Example: I told him the problem had already been dealt with and he could get off my case. I told him the problem had already been dealt with and he could get off my case . I 'm doing my best, so get off my case, will you? Our new boss is such a hard case. (X) Our new supervisor will handle difficult cases. (O) Our new supervisor is tough. A hard case is someone who is difficult, tough, and difficult to get along with. It can also be combined and written as hardcase. John can be a bit of a hardcase when you first meet him, but he's actually a very decent guy once you get to know him. John felt awkward when they first met, but after getting along, he found that he was actually very friendly. I am on the case.