English Lessons

“OK. Let’s move on and discuss our bug reporting process.”

English Lesson: OK. Let’s move on and discuss our bug reporting process.

You're leading a meeting at work. You've finished talking about the first topic of the meeting. Now you say this to introduce the next topic.

OK. Let’s move on and discuss our bug reporting process.

English Lesson: Would you mind covering for me while I'm out?

You're going to take a vacation. You need someone to do your job for you while you're on your vacation. You ask your coworker this question.

English Lesson: He's a lot shorter in person.

You saw a famous actor at a restaurant. You're telling your friend about it. You were surprised to see that the actor was shorter than you thought. You say this.

English Lesson: Why don’t we take a survey of our customers and find out which device has the biggest market share?

You work at a company that makes applications for tablet computers. You and some coworkers are debating about which tablet device is most important to build for. There's disagreement, so you suggest a way to solve the debate.

English Lesson: I don't know — should I continue to look the other way, or rat him out to the professor?

You know that one of your classmates cheats on his homework. You haven't told the professor about it yet. You're trying to decide what to do, so you ask your friend for advice.

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