In a nutshell….

In a nutshell

“Nutshell” (cáscara de nuez) you may know. But what about “in a nutshell”?

If you would like to express something in few words, you could commence by saying “in a nutshell…” This means that you are going to use very few words to explain something.

Perhaps, in Spanish, a mortal might say “en resumen”, or “en pocas palabras”, or “en una palabra”. You can also use the phrase at the beginning of a conclusion to a speech or article.

Remember a golden rule in English: keep it short and simple. Four words are better than 14.

Some examples:

  • In a nutshell, the Venezuelan economy is bankrupt.
  • In a nutshell, the Russian economy is in a state of collapse.

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