Susan
what's the meaning of: "i'm worry about more slacking of" what is talking about?
Oct 25, 2018 4:21 PM
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The sentence should be "I'm worried about any more slacking off." I'm not really sure about the context but one scenario I can imagine is a teacher speaking to his students it could mean that the students didn't do some classwork before the time of speaking, so the teacher is worried about them not doing the work in the future. It could also be a boss speaking to his employees, or any similar situation, but basically the person speaking is worried that the person (or people) they are speaking to is going to slack off again (they haven't done something they should have in the past). Hope this helps. :)
October 25, 2018
Hi Susan, I assume you are reproducing something you were listening to? In that case the person was probably saying: I'm worried about morale slacking-off. Slacking off means that the level of standard of something is dropping. So in this case it means that the person is worried that the level of confidence dropping (morale basically means confidence or enthusiasm). I hope this is helpful? Regards, Shirley
October 25, 2018
Dear Susan I think, finally, the sentence should be "I'm worried about moral slacking off". Morale is positive spirit: optimistic, active people have high morale; passive, pessimistic people have low morale. The sentence is something a leader might say of a group they are leading: they are worried that the group's morale might decline (slack off).
October 25, 2018
it means that you are sorry for not being your best
October 25, 2018
I mean morale slacking of sorry
October 25, 2018
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