AEE 684: Three Phrasal Verbs to Complain About a Lazy Colleague in English

English phrasal verbs lazy colleague

Do you know anyone who’s lazy?

Are there any areas in your life in which you are lazy?

Do you have a colleague who is lazy?

If you do, then you might want to know how to talk about this person.

Today we’ll show you natural English phrasal verbs to talk about a colleague who is lazy in English.

Hi guys, I just discovered your podcasts and I think its really usefull for all of us that always wonder how to speak naturally and how to connect! Thanks! Anyway I have a strange question, I heard someone using the word sloopy when refering to sort of lazy people. What does it actually mean and what other words we could use instead. Thanks

Sloppy

 

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Ways to describe someone who is lazy:

  • Lazy
  • Lethargic, sluggish (physically)
  • To engage in social loafing
  • To blow something off
  • To put something off
  • To procrastinate
  • To slack off

 

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