How to ask about weekend plans

Talking about the weekend is a great way to ‘break the ice’. You can ask someone at work about his or her plans and this can open up a conversation. Or if it’s Monday, start the week by asking someone about the weekend. It doesn’t have to be at work. If you live in an English speaking country, but you don’t often talk to native speakers, start now! Ask the waitress at the café when you buy your coffee. Or the checkout operator at the supermarket.

Talking about the weekend is a great way to ‘break the ice’. You can ask someone at work about his or her plans and this can open up a conversation. Or if it’s Monday, start the week by asking someone about the weekend. It doesn’t have to be at work. If you live in an English speaking country, but you don’t often talk to native speakers, start now! Ask the waitress at the café when you buy your coffee. Or the checkout operator at the supermarket.

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6 English Phrases for The Office

urlThis is a very common phrase used in business or work situations. It means to connect with someone to talk about a project or work related topic. We often use it to check or update the progress of a project with a work colleague. This is a very common phrase used in business or work situations. It means to connect with someone to talk about a project or work related topic. We often use it to check or update the progress of a project with a work colleague.

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