- enterprise /EN-ter-prahyz/
- evaluate /ih-VAL-yoo-eyt/
- federal /FED-er-uhl/
- mitigation /mit-i-GEY-shuhn/
- deplore /dih-PLOHR/
[noun] – an organization, especially a business, or a difficult and important plan, especially one that will earn money
Several enterprises have been affected by the pandemic.
[verb] – to judge or calculate the quality, importance, amount, or value of something
The supervisor evaluates how well the new policy is working.
[adjective] – relating to the central government, and not to the government of a region, of some countries such as the United States
Three men were charged with violating federal law.
[noun] – the act of reducing how harmful, unpleasant, or bad something is
The department is currently improving its disaster prevention and mitigation.
[verb] – to say or think that something is very bad
I deeply deplore the loss of lives from the recent accident.
In a recent doleful address from the East Room of the White House, US President Joe Biden announced that all federal employees and contractors are required to be vaccinated or submit to regular testing and mitigation requirements, as he deplored the “American tragedy” of deaths among unvaccinated individuals. “Right now, too many people are dying or watching someone they love die and say, ‘If I’d just got the vaccine,’” Biden said.
- Are you currently working from home or at the office? Please share something about it.
- What is the current status of your country’s work setup?
- Aside from getting vaccinated, what preventive measures would you do to avoid the coronavirus?
- Do you agree with requiring vaccinations for employees working in offices?
- In your opinion, should your country require all workers returning to offices to get vaccinated as well? Why or why not?
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