Perfect Phrases ESL Everyday Business by Natalie Gast

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By Natalie Gast

Now you are going to understand what to claim at the perfect time in any scenario

ESL professional Natalie Gast understands from her adventure that the place of work offers a few distinctive events. In this e-book she provides situations, enterprise slang, and different linguistic concerns that regular language texts don’t move into--for instance, find out how to holiday the ice with small speak or ask for rationalization. those enormous quantities of words can help you not just continue to exist yet thrive on your selected field.

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I’m sorry—I’m booked all week with a conference. Sorry, I can’t make it. How about another time? I can’t tomorrow, but I can another day. 43 Small Talk I’m sorry, I can’t go tomorrow. Would next week work for you instead? I would love to join you next time. I won’t be able to make it [tomorrow, next week, then]. That would be wonderful, but I’m out of town. How about . . Please ask me again. How about a rain check? Sorry, I can’t make it. Thank you for inviting me. ) Phrases Used to Clarify Invitations Is this on the company?

We’ll go Dutch. Phrases Used to Accept Invitations Thank you, I’d really like to join you. That would be wonderful. Yes. Yes, I can, and tomorrow is fine. I’d love to. I’m looking forward to it. I’d like to [be there, join you, attend]. Yes. Thanks for [asking me, thinking of me, including me]. Yes, I can take a little longer for lunch with you. Phrases Used to Refuse Invitations I’m sorry, I have a previous engagement. I’m sorry, I [am busy, am tied up, have another appointment]. I’m sorry—I’m booked all week with a conference.

29 Small Talk I can even catch the happy hour at the local restaurant. I haven’t seen you for a couple of days. Have you been [on vacation, out of town, on a business trip, under the weather]? I went to my first annual meeting yesterday, and I learned a lot. I had the opportunity to [participate, chime in, catch up, be heard]. Ending a Casual Conversation Well, [my break is over, it’s getting late, the lunch hour went quickly, I have to get back to my desk]. I am [sorry, afraid] I have to [go, leave, get back].

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