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    Brainstorm vs. Brain storm

    Hello Teachers,

    What does the words Brainstorm or Brain storm mean?
    I belive it is a slang but I am not sure. Would you help me?

    Thanks

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    Valerie Guest

    Brainstorm vs. Brain storm

    Hello Teachers,

    What does the words Brainstorm or Brain storm mean?
    I belive it is a slang but I am not sure. Would you help me?

    Thanks

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    It's not slang- it means a session where people throw out any ideas thy have to see if they might work, without worrying about analysing them first.

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    It's not slang- it means a session where people throw out any ideas thy have to see if they might work, without worrying about analysing them first.

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    Re: Brainstorm vs. Brain storm

    Quote Originally Posted by Valerie
    Hello Teachers,

    What does the words Brainstorm or Brain storm mean?
    I belive it is a slang but I am not sure. Would you help me?

    Thanks
    TDOL described a brainstorming session quite well. The single word "brainstorm" refers to a sudden plan or idea, usually one that is clever. :wink:

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    Re: Brainstorm vs. Brain storm

    Quote Originally Posted by Valerie
    Hello Teachers,

    What does the words Brainstorm or Brain storm mean?
    I belive it is a slang but I am not sure. Would you help me?

    Thanks
    TDOL described a brainstorming session quite well. The single word "brainstorm" refers to a sudden plan or idea, usually one that is clever. :wink:

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