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26 English lessons for when you're
in an office
“Clarence, this is Nina. She’s taking over Anita’s old job in Finance.”
“What you’re saying is true, yes. But I’m not sure that it’s really relevant to the discussion.”
“I don’t think that’s really an option due to our budget.”
“Beverly is our go-to person for any kind of I.T. issues.”
“Please note that I will be out of the office starting Friday, December 7, through Tuesday, December 11.”
“What do you guys think about the idea of having our team building here in the office?”
“We just need to think about whether that will work from a design perspective.”
“The official end of the work day is at five, but a lot of us end up sticking around until six thirty or seven most days.”
“I asked him to stop on numerous occasions.”
“I can put in a request to Building Maintenance.”
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