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Activities - Top 50 Workplace English Expressions
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Speaking English - Syllables
Listen to expressions 21-30 and choose the number of syllables spoken, then choose the syllable with the most stress.
Listening to English - Fill the Gaps
Fill in the gaps in the dialogue using expressions from 1-30, choose from the drop-down box in each gap.
Helen: "Suzie, Tony hasn't yet today and I've got one of his clients on the phone with a problem . . .
. . . can you please?"
Suzie: "Alright, put the call through . . . Hello? Hello sir? Are you there? He must have hung up"
Helen: "Oh nevermind, he'll call back. Listen can you ?
Suzie: "Yes, what's up?"
Helen: "I need you to at doing the timetable for the staff for the next month."
Suzie: "I don't know, it's a lot of extra work, I'd need someone to with it I think"
Helen: " I'll get Andy to show you how to do it tomorrow afternoon, and I'll owe you one, but I won't be able to give you any more time this week. . .
. . . you don't have to do it, but it would be a real favour, but "
Suzie: "I'll have to think about it, I'll tomorrow"
Choose from the drop-down box, the formal English to replace the slang.
Did you hear? Sam got Sacked on Friday.
Has Ben turn up yet?
I haven't got time to sort this out, can you Deal with it?
Roger Fucked up, he won't be coming back
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