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Activities - Top 50 Workplace English Expressions
English User Guides / Warnings
Click on the correct warning for using the expressions below. Can't remember? Check again at the Top 50 Workplace Expressions or do a search.
Speaking English - Syllables
Listen to expressions 11-20 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 all of the Workplace expressions from 1-50, choose from the drop-down box in each gap.
Clair: "Michelle, can you ?
Michelle: "What's up?"
Clair: "Could you with sending this email? I'm not sure about this new system."
Michelle: "Sure, just I've just got to finish this"
Clair: "Ok . . .hang on, don't worry, I've now."
Michelle: "Well done, can I use that computer then? I need to email the boss quickly about Jonathan."
Clair: "Why? Is his work not
Michelle: "Well he didn't even today . . .
. . . and I think . . .
. . . he's probably going to "
Clair: "Really? He's finally getting ?"
Michelle: "I reckon, but don't say anything until it's official"
Clair: "No worries"
Choose from the drop-down box, the formal English to replace the slang.
Thanks for being such a good customer, please have some Christmas cards, On the house
I just came from the boss's office, she really Got stuck in to me for coming late.
Ok everyone, this is our last day of exhibiting, the company wants us to sell 95% so let's really Give it our best shot
Sam: "You look terrible, you should go home"
Sarah: "Once the tablets have Kicked in I should be ok thanks"
I can't believe Mr Tran told me off today, I've been Working my arse off all week and I'm completely buggered and he tells me off!
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