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English Phrases You Will Need to Use in Your New Job

English Jobs Phrases

If you're worried about speaking English at a new job, don't try to memorize the complicated stuff.

Your coworkers won't test your grammar knowledge, and they probably won't care if you use a great vocabulary. Rather, sentences that teach you to speak easily with them.

English Jobs Phrases

If you want to succeed in the world of business, English is a very important language to know, especially in today’s connected world.

In this lesson, we are going to look at some great expressions to help you talk naturally about your job, in English:

  1. Hi Fathi, nice to meet yous.
  2. I'm still learning English, so please speak slowly.
  3. I just started working here. I'm the new Customer Service.
  4. I'm working in the Marketing department. What do you do here?
  5. Good morning/afternoon/night.
  6. How's everything?/How's it going?
  7. How was your weekend?/How did your weekend go?
  8. I'm doing fine, thanks./Not bad, thanks./Pretty good, thanks.
  9. See you later/tomorrow.
  10. Have a nice weekend.
  11. Where can I find the (bathroom/coffee maker /[anything])?
  12. Where are we meeting?
  13. Where can I leave this?
  14. I love your (shoes/necklace etc.). Where did you get it/them?
  15. I can't believe how hot/cold it is today!
  16. So what do you do here?
  17. How long have you been working here?
  18. Let's get a coffee sometime.
  19. Let's grab lunch.
  20. I know a good place nearby.
  21. Want to order out?
  22. I'll have the same/I'll have what (s)he's having.
  23. Need a lift?/Need a ride?
  24. Thanks, I appreciate it.
  25. I'm good, but thanks for the offer.
  26. If you have a moment, I would love your thoughts on this.
  27. I have the report/information you asked for.
  28. Do you mind if I record this?
  29. Excuse me, can you please speak up?
  30. Do we still have that meeting after lunch?
  31. I don't understand this. Can you please explain it?
  32. Let me see if I understand this.
  33. I'm having trouble with something. Do you know who can help me?
  34. Do you have a minute?
  35. Can you please repeat that?
  36. Are there any rules I should know about?
  37. Would you like a hand with that?
  38. Could I have your advice on this?
  39. I’ll get right on it
  40. It’s great to meet you / It’s a pleasure to meet you
  41. I’m looking forward to working together
  42. That sounds like a plan
  43. Let’s put our heads/minds together
  44. Let’s get this done
  45. The new filing system won’t work if we cut corners.
  46. The client hated your proposal so we’ll have to go back to the drawing board.
  47. Right team, we’ve made plenty of progress, I think it’s time to call it a day!
  48. I am having some workflow issues and won’t be able to help you until next week.
  49. If you could just touch base with Ritesh after the meeting, that would be great.
  50. Don’t hesitate to reach out to Helen if you have any questions.
  51. Keep Stuart in the loop when discussing the merger, please.
  52. I think we can drill down into this further when we meet with the Product team.
  53. As of yet, we have no plans to hire a Social Media Manager.
  54. I think we need a degree of forward planning on this issue.
  55. At the end of the day, we did the best we could in a difficult situation.
  56. I would really appreciate if you could be proactive on attracting new clients, George.
  57. I love your idea about painting the fence, but I don’t think it’s actionable at the moment.

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