English Expressions: It takes two to tango! : Oh man! Our new product is taking the country by storm. We’re literally cornering the market.
Kevin: Have you ever heard of something called viral marketing?
Jack: Are you teasing me? It’s a is a given.
Kevin: Then can’t you twist your arm to keep track of our webpage? There’re hundreds of messages without response!
Jack: No wonder I will be behind in my work. I can’t handle all these messages by myself. Why don’t you give me a hand? It takes two to tango.
Kevin: I will. It’s a deal.
Take by storm: to win or gain huge and widespread success /popularity rapidly.
Corner the market: to sell or produce something so successfully as to overshadow all others in the same field.
Viral marketing: a method of marketing whereby consumers are encouraged to share information about a company's goods or services via the Internet.
Tease: make fun of or attempt to provoke (a person or animal).
A given: a known or established fact or situation.
Twist one’s arm: to pressure or force one into doing something.
Keep track of: to make certain that you know what is happening.
Be behind in: to be late with; not progressing quickly enough with.
It takes two to tango: requires two people to do certain things.
It’s a deal: used to express one's assent to an agreement.
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