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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

To Go For It




To Go For It

Chad and Todd are standing in front of their workplace, drinking coffee.
Chad: I got a job offer yesterday.
Todd: You mean - you’re leaving us?
Chad: Well, I’ve been working for this company for 6 years. I love you guys, but I think I need to move on. I’m just a little nervous.
Todd: Tell me about the new position.
Chad: It’s a management position. But the salary is a little lower than what I make now. On the other hand, the benefits are great and I have one month off every year.
Todd: Sounds like a good deal. You should go for it!
Chad:  I think I will. Will you visit me in Alaska?

Meaning: To go for it – an expression which is used to encourage someone to do something.
This idiom was taken from LSI’s book, SPEAKING SAVVY. For more information, please visithttp://www.languagesystems.com

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