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I'm Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice of America.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in a business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business.

People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must not be led into making bogus investments. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started but it began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800. A newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the word came from a criminal whose name was Bogazy. The newspaper said Bogazy wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed to the criminal's name Bogazy to Bogus.

People trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine, American Speech, said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on a sign that a student carried during a protest demonstration at a university. The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly. To be successful a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost?

Word expert Charles Funk thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt they are down to the brass tacks, the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks we can prevent ripoffs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there. And some good luck will help too.

This Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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I'm Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on Voice of American.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power.

Ask anyone in a business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people. Sometimes people in business feel completing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business. People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there.

They must not be led into making bogus investment. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started. But it began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800s. A newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts, said the word came from a criminal whose name was Boardazy. The newspaper said he wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed the criminal's name to bogus.

People find to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been cheated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine American Speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on a sign that student carry during a protest demonstration at university. The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.

To be successful, a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost. Word expert charles thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt, they are down to the brass tacks the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent rip offs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there.

And some good luck will help to. This Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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I’m Susan Clark with words and their stories a program in special English on the voice of America.
People often say that money talks. They mean that the person has a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done.
But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in the business, they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that frighten people.
Sometimes people in business fell completing business are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel the unknown danger in the business would threaten the survival of their business.
People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must be not led into making bogus investment. Bogus means something is not real. Nobody ensure how the word got started.
But it began to appear in American newspaper in the 1800. a newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the word come from a criminal whose name was *. The newspaper said * wrote checks to people, although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town.
So people who paid by his checks received nothing. The newspaper said the American shortened and changed criminal’s name * to bogus.
People trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least treated unfairly. A writer of the magazine American speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971.
It was on the sign of a student carried during a protest demonstration at a university. The message on the sign was that the student failed ripped off or cheated.
Perhaps best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly. To be successful, a person in business works hard, and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks, when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost.
Word expert * thinks the expression comes from sailors or ships. They clean the bottom of the boat when they removed all the dirty. They are down to brass tacks the copper pieces that hold the boat together.
So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent * and bogus way of earning money in that jungle out there and some good luck will help too.
This word and stories was written by *. I’m Susan Clark.
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I’m Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice of America.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he/she want things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in the business, they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals, and unknown dangers that threaten people. sometimes, people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threatened the survival of their business.

People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must not be led into making bogus investments. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started, but they began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800s. A newspaper in Boston Masseuses said the word came from a criminal whose name was Bogusey. The newspaper said Bogusey wrote checks for people, although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks, received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed to the criminal’s name Bogusey to bogus.
People trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped-off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen, or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine American Speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on the sign that a student carried during a protest demonstration at a university. The massage on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated.

Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get reach quickly to be successful a person in business works hard, and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say, it sounds good, but how much does it cost? Word expert Chorals Funk thinks the expression comes from sellers on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat when they have removed all the dirt, they are down to the brass tacks, the confer pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent rip-offs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there, and some good luck will help to.

This Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. I’m Susan Clark.
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I am Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories--a program in Special English on the voice of America.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in a business, they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people.

Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business. People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must not be led into making bogus investments. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the world got started.

But it began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800s. A newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the world came from a criminal whose name was Bogazy. The newspaper said Bogazy wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed to the criminal’s name Bogazy to Bogus.

People trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been cheated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine--American Speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on a sign that student carried during a protest demonstration at university. The massage on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.

To be successful, a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost?

Word expert Charles Funk think the expression comes from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt, they are down to the brass tacks, the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent ripped off and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there. And some good luck will help too. laugh.gif
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I'm Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on Voice Of America.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power.Ask anyone in a business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business.
People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there.They must not be led into making bogus investment. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started. But it began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800s. A newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts, said the word came from a criminal whose name was BorGazy. The newspaper said BorGazy wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed the criminal's name BorGazy to bogus.

People trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine American Speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on a sign that a student carried during a protest demonstration at a university. The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.

To be successful, a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something,for example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say it sounds good but how much does it cost. Word expert Charles Fung thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt, they are down to the brass tacks, the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent rip-offs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there.And some good luck will help too.
This Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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I'm Susan Clark. with Words And Their Stories, A program in the special English on the voice of America.

People often say that "money talks" they mean that a person with a lot of money can see how he or she want things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power.

Ask anyone in the business, they will tell you it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business. People in the business have to be carefull is they are to survive the jungle out there.

They must be not lead into making bogus investments. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started. But it began to appear in the American newspapers in the eighteen hundreds. A newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts said the word came from a criminal whose name was Bog//. The newspaper said Bog// wrote cheques to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the cheques, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his cheques received nothing. The newspaper said American's shortly changed the criminal's name Bog// to bogus.

People trying to earn money also must aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine American Speech said he first saw the expression used in nineteen seventy-one. It was on a sign that a student carried during a protest demostration at University. The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.

To be successfull a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say: "It sounds good but how much does it cost". Word expert J.F thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships. The clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirty they are down to the brass tacks. The copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent ripoffs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there.

And some good luck will help too!

This words and their stories was written by Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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I am Susan Clark,with words and their stories,a programme in special english on the voice of America.

People often say that money talks,they mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done.But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power.Ask anyone in a bisiness,they will tell you that it is a jungle out there.The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people.Sometimes people in bisiness feel competing bisinesses are as dangerous as wild animals.And they feel that unknown dangers in the bisiness world threaten the survival of their business.

People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there.They must not be led in to making bogus investments.Bogus means something that is not real.Nobody is sure how the world got started but it began to apprear in American newspaper in the 1800s. A newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the world came from a criminal whose name was Bogase. The newspaper said Brogase wrote checks to people although he did not had enough money in the bank.After he worte the checks,he would flee from town.So people who were paid with this checks received nothing.The newspaper said American shotened and changed to the criminal's name Bogase to Bogus.

Pelple trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off.A preson who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least have been treated very unfairly.A writer for the magazine <American speech> said he first saw the expression used in 1971.It was on a sign that a student carried during a protest demonstration at a university.The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated.Persons the best way to prevent getting ripped off in bussiness is to not try to get rich quickly.To be sucessly a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks.This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something.For example,a salesman may talk and talk with his product without saying the price.You get down to brass tacksand say."it sounds good,but how much does it cost?"

Word expert Charles Funk thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships,they cleaned the buttom of a boat.When they have removed all the dirt they are down to the brass tacks.The copper pieces that hold the boat together.So if we get down to the brass tacks we can prevent ripped off and bogus way of earning money in that jungle out there.And some good luck will help too.

This words and thiers stories was written by john Wason,I am Susan Clark.
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People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Asked anyone in a business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threatened people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threatened the survival of their business.
People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must not be led into making bogurs investments. Bogurs means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started but it began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800s. A newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the word came from a criminal whose name was Bogazy. The newspaper said Bogazer wrote checks to people although they did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said American's shortened and changed to the criminal's name Bogazy to Bogurs.
People find earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writter from the magazine, American Speech, said he first saw this experession used in 1971. It was on a sign that student carried during a protest demonstration at university. The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly. To be successful a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tax.
This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tax when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost. Word expert Charles Founk thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt they are down to the brass tax. the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tax we can prevent ripoffs and bogurs ways of earning money in that jungle out there. And some good luck will help too. biggrin.gif
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I'm Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice of America.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in a business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten/ people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten/ the survival of their business.

People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must not be led into making bogus investments. Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started but it began to appear in American newspapers in the 1800. A newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the word came from a criminal whose name was Bogazy. The newspaper said Bogazy wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed to the criminal's name Bogazy to Bogus.

People trying to earn money also must be aware of bing ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine, American Speech, said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on a sign that a student carried during a protest demonstration at a university. The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly. To be successful a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost?

Word expert Charles Funk thinks the expression comes from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt they are down to the brass tacks, the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to brass tacks we can prevent ripoffs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there. And some good luck will help too.

This Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark
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I’m Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice Of America.

People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it’s not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in a ~the business. They will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business.

People in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there. They must not be led into making / investments. / means something that is not real. Nobody is sure how the word got started but it began to appear in the American newspapers in the eighteen hundred. A newspaper in Boston Massachusetts said the word came from a criminal whose name was B. The newspaper said the B wrote checks to people although he did not have the enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his checks received nothing. The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed to the criminal’s name B to /.

People find to earn money also must be aware of being raped off. A person who is raped off has had something stole or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine, American Speech, said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on the sign that student carried during a protest demonstration at a university. The message on the sign was that the student felt raped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting raped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly. To be successful, a person in business works hard and tries to get down to /. This expression means to get to the bottom or the most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to / when you say “it sounds good but how much does it cost?”

Word expert C thinks the expression comes from sailors on ship. They clean the bottom of a boat. When they have removed all the dirt, they are down to the /, the couple of pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to / we can prevent / and / ways of earning money in that jungle out there. And some good luck will help too.

This Words and Their Stories was written by J. I’m Susan Clark.
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i'm susan clark with words and their stories a programm in special english on the voice of america.people often say that money talks,they mean that a person with a lot of money,can say how he or she wants things done.but it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power.ask anyone in business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there.the expression probably begin because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that frighten people.sometimes people in business feel competing bussiness are as dangerous as wild animals.and they feel that unknown dangers in the business world frighten the suvival of their business.people in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out their,they must not be led into making bogers.bogers means something that is not real.nobody insure how the word got started,but it began to appear in american news paper in the 1800s.a news paper in bosten massetuset said the word came from a cri<TextPos1>minal whose name was bogisy.the news paper says bogisy checks the people although he didnot have enough money in the bank after he wrote the checks,he would flee from town,so people who were paid with these checks recieved nothing.the news paper said americans shortened and changed the criminal's name bogisy to boger.people trying to earn money also must be aware of being rape out.a person who is riped out has have something stolen or at least has bee treated very unfairly.a writer for the magezine american speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971. it was on the sign that a student carry during a protest demonstration at the university.the message on the sign was that the students felt raped off or cheated.perhaps the best way to prevent getting raped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.to be successful,a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tax,this express means to get to the bottom or most important part of sth.for example a sals man may talk and talk about his products without saying the price.you get down to brass test when you say it's sounds good,but how much does it cost?world expert charls.. thinks this expression comes from singers on ships.they clean the bottom of a boat when they have removed all the dirt they're down to the grass test the copper piece that hold the boat together.so if we get down to grass text,we can prevent reboss and bogers way of earnning money in that jungle out there.and some good luck will help too.
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I’m Susan Clark with words and their stories, a program in special English on the Voice of America.
People often say that money talks. They mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done. But it’s not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power. Ask anyone in business they will tell you that it is a jungle out there. The expression probably began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people. Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals. And they feel unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business.
People in business have to be careful. If they are to survival the jungle out there, they must not be led into making bogus investments.Bogus means something that is not real. Nobody ensure how the word got started. But it began to appeal in an American newspapers in the 1800s.A newspaper in Boston ,Massachusetts ,said the word came from a criminal, whose name was B.G. The newspaper said B.G wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank. After he wrote the checks, he would flee from town. So people who were paid with his check received nothing.The newspaper said Americans shortened and changed the criminal’s name B.G to bogus.
People find earn money also must be aware of being ripped off. A person who is ripped off has had something stolen, or at least has been treated very unfairly. A writer for the magazine American speech said he first saw the expression used in 1971. It was on a sign that a student carrying during a protest demonstration at university. The message on the sign was the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.
To be successful a person in business works hard and tries to get down to brass tacks. This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example, a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price. You get down to brass tacks when you say it sounds good, but how much does it cost? Word expert C.P think the expression came from sailors on ships. They clean the bottom of the boat, when they have removed all the dirt, they are down to the brass tacks. The copper pieces that hold the boat together.
So if we get down to brass tacks, we can prevent rip offs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there. And some good luck will help to.
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I’m susan clork with words and their stories , a program in special English on the voice of America . people often say that money talks , they mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she want things done, but it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power ,ask anyone in a business , they will tell you that it is a jungle out there . this expression problabloly began because the jungle is filled with wild animals and an unknown danger threaten people . sometimes people in business feel complete business are as dangerous as wild animals and they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their businesses . people in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there . they must not be led into making bogus investment . bogus mean something that it is not real . no body it is sure how the word got started but it began to appeal in a American news papers in the 19 hundreds . a news paper in Boston machesters said the word came from a criminal whose name was bgs . the news paper said bgs wrote check to people . although he did not have enough money in the bank . after he wrote the checks he will flee from town . so people who work pays with his checks receive nothing . the news paper said American shorten and change criminal ‘s name \ to bgs . people find to earn money also must be aware of being \ . a person who is \ has hand something stolen or at least been treated very unfairly . a writer for the magazine American speech said he first saw the expression use in 1971 .it was on a sight that student carrey doing a portas demonstration at the university . the message on the sight was that the student feel \ or cheated . perhaps best way to prevent getting \ in business is not try to get rich quickly . to be a successful person in business work hard and try to get down to \ .this expression mean to get to the bottom or most important part of something . for example ,a salesman may talk and talk about his product without saying the price . you get down to \\ when you said it sounds good but how much does it cost .word expert found the expression come from sailor on ships , they clean the bottom of the boat when they have remove all the dirt , they are down to the \\ . the copper pieces that hold the boat together so if we get down \\ .we can prevent \\ . and bgs \ to earning money in that jungle out there and some good luck will help to . this words and their stories was written by jerry Watson .i’m susan clork .
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I’m Susan Clark, with words and their stories ,a program in special English on a voice of America.

People often say that money talks,they mean that a person with a lot of money can say how he or she wants things done ,but it is not easy to earn enough money to gain this kind of power . Ask any one in the business,They will tell you that it is a jungle out there ,the expression probably began because that the jungle is filled with wild animals and unknown dangers that threaten people .

Sometimes people in business feel competing businesses are as dangerous as wild animals,and they feel that unknown dangers in the business world threaten the survival of their business,people in business have to be careful if they are to survive the jungle out there ,they must not be lead into making bogus investment .Bogus mean something that is not real.

Nobody is sure how the word got started,but it began to appear in an American newspapers in the 1800s . A newspaper in ** said the word came from a criminal whose name is Borges .The newspaper said Borges wrote checks to people although he did not have enough money in the bank ,after he wrote the checks he would flee from the town ,So people who were paid with his checks received nothing .the newspapers said Americans shortened and changed the criminal’s name borges to bogus.

People trying to earn money also must be aware of being ripped off .a person is ripped off means has had something stolen or at least have been treated very unfairly . A writer for the magazine American Speech, said he first saw the expression used in 1971,it was on a sign that a student carried during a protest demonstration at the university . The message on the sign was that the student felt ripped off or cheated. Perhaps the best way to prevent getting ripped off in business is to not try to get rich quickly.

To be successful a person in business works hard,and tries to get down to brass tacks .This expression means to get to the bottom or most important part of something. For example ,a sales man may talk and talk about his products without saying the price,you get down to brass tacks and say:" it sounds good but how much does it cost?”

Word expert ** think this expression comes from the sailors on ships ,they clean the bottom of a boat when they have removed all the dirt ,they are down to the brass tacks,the copper pieces that hold the boat together. So if we get down to the brass tacks, we can prevent rip offs and bogus ways of earning money in that jungle out there,. And some good luck will help to.
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