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“I was wondering, is there any way that we could move these meetings up earlier in the morning?”
“We're looking into replacing our current video hosting provider.”
“I considered going into medicine, but I decided that I wanted to do something a little more creative.”
“Clarence, this is Nina. She’s taking over Anita’s old job in Finance.”
“Who are you leaning towards?”
“I looked over your books, and I jotted down a few questions that I wanted to ask you.”
“I just thought I'd check in on you and see how you're doing.”
“Fill in the company name, the name of your contact, their email address, and so on.”
“Have you ever had to let anyone go?”
“I’m the kind of person who doesn’t give up, no matter what gets thrown at me.”
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