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in a meeting
65 English lessons for when you're
in a meeting
“Nelly, can you maybe shed a little light on this?”
“Louise has been killing it!”
“We need to take an in-depth look at our process to determine how this managed to happen.”
“I know it's tough going out there, but we need to keep pushing.”
“Sylvia, where do you stand on this?”
“Let's not get bogged down in the details at this point.”
“OK. Let's get down to business.”
“As you're all aware, we've been forced to make significant cutbacks.”
“Next up is Steve. He's going to walk us through the new homepage redesign.”
“What this all means for you guys is that everything needs to be in by Wednesday.”
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