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in a meeting
65 English lessons for when you're
in a meeting
“Hey guys. How’s it going?”
“We’re down 4% over last year.”
“I’m not sure that’s a good idea.”
“Can everyone go ahead and take a seat, and let's get started.”
“There was a huge spike in demand in the second quarter, but it's been flat since then.”
“We don't have nearly as much leverage with our distributors as we used to.”
“I take it you disagree...”
“Before we get started, I have something to tell everyone. I wanted to let you all know that I'm pregnant.”
“We expect sales this quarter to be a little soft compared to last year, due to the overall economic environment.”
“Remember that your days don't carry over, so put in your requests soon.”
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