A: Alright, people. We're holding this meeting today because we've got to do something about our sales and we need to do it Now! I want concrete solutions. How do you plan to drive sales, Roger?
B: Well, in fact, we're the most expensive in the market, so maybe we need to lower prices to match the competitors.
A: Lower prices? Not very creative. It'll never fly with Swan. What kind of thinking is that? Geez. Anyone have a better plan? Natalie?
C: Um, Perhaps, um, a promotion. Maybe a two-for-one offer or something like that.
A: What? That's the same thing. Bad idea. Really bad idea. Dammit people. C'mon! Think! CEO will be here any minute.
D: Do we have any ideas yet?
C: Yes, Mr Swan. We were kind of considering a two-for-one offer to get more competitive.
D: A two-for-one promotion? Hmm. I kind of like the sound of that. It sounds like something we should consider.
A: Yeah, exactly. That's just what I was thinking. In fact, that's a brilliant idea. I'm glad we thought of that. Very creative.
1.match the competitors表示“比得過競爭對手（的價格優勢）”。例句：It's impossible for us to match the competitors. Our costs are just too high.我們不可能比得上競爭對手，我們的成本太高了。
2.It'll never fly.表示“不會奏效”。This market plan will never fly. It's just too expensive.這個營銷計劃不會奏效，它太貴了。
3.drive sales表示“推動銷量”，相當于“increase sales”
5.two-for-one“買一送一”。buy one and get one free買一送一。
6.briliant巧妙的；成功的；聰穎的。What a briliant idea.真是個絕妙的主意！The play was a briliant success.那出劇獲得了巨大的成功。