Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
a (keen/deep) insight (into)
deep insight intokeen insight into
1) excellent understanding of sth, in-depth knowledge
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a keen/deep insight into the situation/circumstances/problem
To have a keen or deep insight is to have a deep understanding or knowledge of a topic or subject. To be 'keen' means to like something or have an interest in it, or an aptitude for it: "He wrote about the struggles of the working class with keen insight." "The documentary will leave you with a deep insight into the struggles of the aboriginal community." These are formal phrases you will hear more commonly in educational or professional contexts.
Social Examples (Advance)
This course is designed togive our students a keen insight into social problemsin the world today.
To be a good reporter, you need toconvey a deep insight into your subject matter.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The analytics gave us a deep insight into the demographic of our users.
Any start-up company should use market research in order to get an insight into their target market.
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