It`s weird that no one noticed that the window was broken. (Adjective) Perhaps one of the best assumptive sales questions you can ask, this will help measure the commitment they will make. In a perfect scenario, they close the moment when they are asked. If they`re not ready, you still have a specific number for your pipeline. In the worst case scenario, however, the person concerned may not be sure if he or she is still checking your service/product. To assess how ready your view is, say so. If they look for the metaphorical pen to sign on the polka dot line, they will usually say so. If they are still uncertain, you will hear a little inhibition and hawing. This gives you the opportunity to find out what`s holding them back without closing too soon. This does not mean that you should close the book on these prospects. But perhaps it is time to ask them honestly and kindly whether it would be better to reconsider this issue at the beginning of their next budget cycle. Many people think that assumesumptive sales are overly manipulative or aggressive, but is this the worst way to make a deal? No no.
If a clause seems to follow, we can refer to the person who lives the situation with an expression of preposition with: a bit like #2, but with a significant restriction. The issue of the conclusion in #2 is the premise that the seller will resolve an objection before signing the contract. This graduation technique – called „Rebound close“ – promises that the representative will make a special request after the applicant has made his John Hancock available. This critical change to the closing framework reflects the difference between an objection to the killing of a deal (which other suppliers may be able to target) and a particular favor (which other suppliers will likely be reluctant to grant). Looks like he wants everyone to feel sorry for him, but I don`t. It seemed that there was no reason for her not to come with us, so we all traveled together. We can also use the impersonal construction that seems to exist or be, followed by a Nopon: seem means „appear in a certain way“. We can use it as a connector (as be) or with a to-infinitive.
We usually don`t use seem to seem in continuous form: It seemed that time stopped.