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50 verbs to spice up your writing

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If you find yourself repeating the same words over and over when you take minutes, Executive Assistant Nickey Christmas, who blogs all things PA, EA and VA related on her Practically Perfect PA blog, offers a good list of verbs “that you can slot into the minutes as and when you need them.” Here’s her list:

  • Acknowledged/Agreed On
  • Agreed to
  • Announced
  • Arranged
  • Asked for
  • Asserted
  • Assured
  • Believed
  • Brought up
  • Complained
  • Confirmed
  • Decided
  • Declared
  • Described
  • Detailed
  • Discussed
  • Displayed
  • Emphasized
  • Explained
  • Expressed
  • Guaranteed
  • Identified
  • Implemented
  • Informed
  • Listed/Maintained
  • Mentioned
  • Noted
  • Observed
  • Perceived
  • Predicted
  • Presented
  • Promised
  • Proposed
  • Recommended
  • Remarked
  • Reported
  • Requested
  • Reviewing
  • Said
  • Settled
  • Showed
  • Specified
  • Stated
  • Stressed
  • Suggested
  • Summarized
  • Understood
  • Worked on

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