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  • Hello.

  • It's another busy day at the office is off tiptop trading.

  • And I said, No, John, not my heat.

  • I'd rather take the yuppie.

  • That's great.

  • Yeah, so we'll deliver 2000 bananas by Friday.

  • Let's have a beer soon.

  • Yeah, you're right.

  • Choose make.

  • But there are two people who are busy annoying each other.

  • So you did what you order the secondhand.

  • Wants to relax.

  • Hannah.

  • Anna.

  • They're just oranges.

  • Plastic lemons.

  • Actually, Anna is struggling to work with Rachel.

  • Mr.

  • Socrates, his favorite sales executive, who he's sent in to help out or hinder more.

  • Like, Look, I'm off for cappuccino.

  • Everything will be just fine.

  • How I know has Rachel gone out?

  • Yes, she's a bit of a man.

  • NATO Sure.

  • Most 8 May ones she eats men out.

  • Well know exactly.

  • I worked with her in my last job.

  • She was always listening in to other people's conversations, and she's always changing jobs.

  • That's why they call her Rachel Rabbit.

  • You know, Biggie is always jumping from one job to another Rachel Rapids.

  • That's funny.

  • So she isn't that good, then useless.

  • She only worked for Mr Socrates because her father threatened to sue the company after one of our plastic pineapples fell off a shelf and broke his toe.

  • But to keep that under your hat.

  • My hats.

  • I mean, keep it secret.

  • Oh, right, I see.

  • Well, now she's order Lot's off second hand oranges to send to our new customer in France, but they wanted imperial lemons.

  • I know.

  • I'm not sure what to do, so I'm going to have to speak to Paul about this.

  • Yes, it's a good idea to refer up sometimes.

  • Ask the boss for advice.

  • Say to him.

  • I'm concerned that Rachel has made a mistake that might affect the business.

  • You might also say she's not pulling her weight, meaning she's not doing the work she's supposed to do.

  • And you could say, I'm finding it very difficult to work with this person, Right?

  • I'll try.

  • There's pole now.

  • Paul, could I have a word, please?

  • Of course, Anna, Let's go in my office now.

  • How can I help?

  • Uh, well, it's Rachel.

  • Yes, amazing woman.

  • Mr Socrates.

  • Favorite.

  • I know, but I'm finding it difficult to work with her.

  • Oh, was that?

  • I'm a bit concerned that she's made a mistake.

  • Andi.

  • It might affect our business.

  • Golly gosh.

  • Really?

  • Why is that?

  • Well, she's ordered secondhand oranges for our new client in Frantz.

  • That's marvelous, isn't it?

  • Well, I asked her not to.

  • They wanted lemons.

  • New imperial lemons.

  • Ah, not so marvelous.

  • Anything else?

  • Well, speaking personally, I don't think she's pulling her weight.

  • She doesn't seem to do any work and just keeps going out to buy cappuccinos.

  • Well, that's just not a horn.

  • Look, Anna, I will look into this straight away and see if I can sort this out.

  • Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

  • Now I think a custard cream.

  • So Anna has expressed her concerns to pull the boss.

  • It's up to him to investigate.

  • As long as you have a fair reason to complain about a difficult member of stuff.

  • These are some of the phrases you could use.

  • I'm concerned that she's made a mistake that might affect the business.

  • She is not pulling her weight.

  • I'm finding it very difficult to work with her.

  • I wonder how Paul is going toe handle the situation.

  • Ah, There you are, Rachel.

  • Nice cappuccino.

  • Um, could could you step into my office for a moment?

  • I'd like a word.

  • Yeah, sure.

  • Who?

  • I wonder what that's all about.

  • Do you know?

  • I know.

  • No idea.

  • She's probably going to get a promotion and a pay rise on a custard cream.

  • Thanks.

  • Pool Chao.

  • What's a great guy?

  • He is such a great sense of humor.

  • It looks like reading some good work.

  • Anna.

  • What?

  • Oana?

  • I'm not sure Paul has really sorted out your concerns.

  • But don't worry.

  • We're here to help you out.

Hello.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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