Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts


1) very or extremely small
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    • tiny space/amount/fraction
  • Analysis
    The adjective 'tiny' describe something very small or my minute. As a noun, a 'tiny' refers to a very young child. 'Tiny' is a popular adjective in both social and professional contexts used to discuss small amounts, changes or things.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. When Sarah went to view the apartment she realized it was a tiny space, far too small for her needs.
    2. The tiny space in the garage was not big enough for Jim to keep his car.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. Our competitors beat us to the punch on this deal. There was a relatively tiny amount in the difference, but it was enough for the Client to lean towards their offer.
    2. We began as a tiny company selling pizza from a van at football games. Now we own a restaurant in every city on the East Coast.
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