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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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2.paying
3.value
4.venture
5.sussing
6.room
7.investors
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10.try

1 elements
2 paying
3 value
4 venture
5 sustain
6 room
7 investors
8 questions
9 answers
10 drawing

5.succinct

great video, Simon!tnx for sharing.))
my answers:

1 elements
2 pitch
3 value
4 venture
5 succinct
6 room
7 investors
8 questions
9 answers
10 drawning

1. elements
2. paying
3. value
4. venture
5. sustain
6. rule
7. investors
8. questions
9. answers
10. drawing

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paying
value
venture
succint
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drime

Hi Simon,

My answers are:

1. elements
2. paying
3. value
4. venture
5. sustain
6. rule
7. investors
8. questions
9. answers
10. drawing

1. elements
2. plane
3. value
4. venture
5. sustained
6. roof
7. industrialist
8. questions
9. answers
10. drawing

here are my answers:
1. elements
2. pain
3. value
4. investor
5. single
6. rule
7. investors
8. questions
9. answers
10. drawing
thanks for your valuable lesson!

my answers areas follows-
1-elements
2-plain
3-value
4-venture
5-succint
6-room
7-investors
8-questions
9-answers
10-drawing

1. ELEMENTS
2. PLAIN
3. VALUE
4. VENTURE
5. SUCCINCT
6. ROOF
7. INVESTORS
8. QUESTIONS
9. ANSWERS
10. DRAWING

1.elements
2.plain
3.value
4.venture
5.succinct
6.room
7.investor
8.questions
9.answers
10.drawing

1.elements
2.plain
3.value
4.venture
5.succinct
6.room
7.investors
8.questions
9.answers
10.drawing

1.elements 2.plain 3.value 4.invention 5.succint 6.room 7.investors 8.questions 9.answers 10.drawingroom

1.elements
2.pitch
3.value
4.venture
5.
6.rule
7.investors
8.questions
9.answers
10.drawing


CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. elements

2. pain

3. value

4. venture

5. succinct

6. room

7. investors

8. questions
9. answers

10. drawing

1.elements
pin
value
value
sustain
room
investors
questions
answers
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Hi simon,
could you explain why he didn't use " valued" in the blank?

Hi Uru,

The 'value proposition' is a compound noun, like 'address book'.

Thanks Simon, you help us to know somthing we have never thought of!! even when we hear it for sometimes we do not know what that all about!!
I know know what is the elevator pitch

sorry
I would like to know where I can get answer because I would like to check myself
yoers Faithfully
Symbat

Hi Symbat,

The answer is in a comment further up this page. Look for "CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON".

Where can I find the answers?

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. elements

2. pain

3. value

4. venture

5. succinct

6. room

7. investors

8. questions
9. answers

10. drawing

Today, I studied this listening section. I'm happy to get to know these meanings such as "elevator pitch", "go back to the drawing board", "irrifutable" and "succinct". Thank you Simon~!!! *^^*

Elements
Key
value
venture
forward key test
rule
investors
questions/answers
joined

Number 2 is PINNING statement.......its more like a hook !

mag,

The speaker says "pain statement". The 'pain' is the problem that needs to be solved.

what's mean greed-inducing btw?

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