In/at/on (place) – Part 1 USING IN in a building in a room in a box in a town/city in a country in a garden • Is there anything in the box / in the bottle / in the envelope. • What have you got in your hand / in your mouth? • We went to Spain, and …
“Bolje spriječiti nego liječiti.”
biti u punom jeku, “zahuktati se” When we arrived, the fashion show was already in full swing.
“Posao koji samo stvara novac je siromašan posao.”
-“Sve stvari su teške prije nego postanu lagane.”
“Primamo upravo kada dajemo” citat Sv. Franje Ašiškog
-Sreća prati hrabre.
“Ako sam ne pokreneš stvari, stvari će se desiti tebi. “
-Ništa nije besplatno
-Tko ne odustane, uspije. (Jaki ljudi ne odustaju kada naiđu na izazove, već se još više trude.)
“Krv nije voda!”
(= Wait for success to celebrate.) “Praviti ražanj dok je zec u šumi” Explanation: Don’t assume that you will get something. Wait until you actually have it. It means not to plan something out and act as if it is going to happen, as it might not go through or it might go wrong.
-brz i jezgrovit argument/priča kojom (60-90 sekundi) za uvjeriti investitora u vašu poslovnu ideju The most important point when giving an elevator pitch is that you make your presentation interesting so that it grabs the attention of your audience. (It comes from the approximate amount of time they would have if they travelled together in …
“Prvo skoči pa reci: “hop”! “Ispeci pa reci.”