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  • Welcome back to English at work.

  • Last time we heard Anna pitching her new plastic obey gene idea toe Paul in a left.

  • He was on his way to a biscuit lovers convention and didn't have much time.

  • She gave the perfect elevator pitch, but its downs a Paul to give her idea the go ahead.

  • The problem is he seems to have gone missing tonight.

  • Isn't pull supposed to be here today?

  • Yes.

  • He went to that biscuit Lovers convention yesterday, but he said he'd be back today.

  • Maybe he's a liked with a pack of custard creams.

  • I very funny, Tom.

  • I'll give him a call now.

  • Oh, that might be him.

  • Hello?

  • Tiptop trading.

  • Oh, hello.

  • Pulled everything okay?

  • Oh, no.

  • Oh, no.

  • What?

  • Denise, What's he saying?

  • He choked on a biscuit of the convention honeys in hospital?

  • Yes, Pool.

  • That was Tom.

  • You want to speak to Anna?

  • I'll just get her Get better soon.

  • Paul?

  • Anna?

  • Anna, It's Paul on the phone.

  • He wants to speak to you.

  • Sounds important.

  • Me.

  • All right.

  • Can you transfer the call, please?

  • Hello, Poll.

  • Are you OK?

  • Oh, not really.

  • Damn.

  • Garibaldi Biscuit got wedged in my throat ended up banging my head on a table, trying to get it out.

  • Oh, dear.

  • So you're not coming to work today?

  • I'm afraid not.

  • I need to rest for a few days.

  • So I was wondering, in fact, I'm asking you, could you act up?

  • I've told you before, Paul.

  • I can't act or even sing.

  • No, no, Anna, act up.

  • I mean, do my job for a bid?

  • Be the boss just for a day or two?

  • No, be the boss.

  • What?

  • It's quite easy, really.

  • Just check my diary and you'll see what needs doing.

  • And if you have any problems, just just after knees.

  • Thanks.

  • That's great, Hannah, you've got a low skills to do Paul's job, maybe even Mawr.

  • But you need to take charge and show who's boss.

  • Oh, right.

  • But what should I say?

  • Well, don't be too bossy, but you could say if anyone has any issues about their work, please come and speak to me.

  • Or I would like to have a meeting to discuss our work.

  • Well, if there's anything you want to ask, my door is always open.

  • That makes you sound like a very approachable boss.

  • Good luck.

  • Thanks.

  • Great, Everyone.

  • As you know, Paul has put me in charge for a while.

  • Um, not being funny, Anna, but why you?

  • I mean, I've been here the longest.

  • Tom, if you have any issues about your work, please come and speak to me.

  • Oh, right.

  • Will, then, Anna.

  • Congratulations on your promotion.

  • I just wondered.

  • Now you're in charge.

  • Could not do a little less admin and a bit more selling.

  • Let's see, Denise, I'd like to have a meeting soon to discuss all or work so we can talk about it then.

  • Okay.

  • Oh, yes.

  • Thanks, Anna.

  • Right then it's business as usual.

  • And if there's anything you want to ask, my door is always open, right back to work.

  • And, Tom, could I have a word in my office now, please?

  • Excellent work, Anna.

  • You're sounding like the boss already.

  • Just don't start easing biscuits.

  • Being in charge means being firm, but there keeping your cool.

  • He's a reminder of some of the phrases Anna used.

  • If anyone has any issues about their work, please come and speak to me.

  • I would like to have a meeting to discuss our work.

  • If there is anything you want to us.

  • My door is always open.

  • Legacy.

  • Tom, could you please close the door?

  • Her?

  • I thought your door was always open.

  • Not this time.

  • I need to speak to you about this message in polls diary.

  • All right.

  • I see you need my help.

  • What does it say?

  • It's for two days time and it says Socrates, I pe si final.

  • Oh, not that dozens.

  • How good.

  • Oh, dear.

  • What could that mean?

  • Could be trouble ahead.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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