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in a meeting
65 English lessons for when you're
in a meeting
“I want to go back to what Kevin said a few minutes ago.”
“I think we need to steer the conversation back to this specific project.”
“All right. Next item of business is our departmental savings goals.”
“For those who don’t know, the issue is that each device has a different aspect ratio and resolution.”
“Cynthia, can you fill us in on what’s happening with the relaunch?”
“I'm sorry, I can't go into that.”
“Not to mention, there are always new devices coming out.”
“Meliana, I'm afraid I have some bad news.”
“Creating multiple layouts for each different device would be quite time intensive.”
“So… any ideas?”
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