‘Later’ of ‘See you later’

See you! See you later! Is there any nuance by adding later or not? Answer In short, “see you later” is more specific than only saying “see you.” Generally, adding “later” will make it sound like you do want to meet again, but are unsure when that will happen. E.g. “Will I see you at … Read more

“Like never before” or “Like you have never done before”

I am a not a native English speaker. But the term “Manage Teams like never before” which our company thinks about using for advertising our software sounds strange to me. Wouldn’t it be better to use “Manage Teams like you have never done before” (by using our software)? Answer The phrases mean different things: “Manage … Read more