4 examples of using Business Verbs & Expressions in conversations.
In our last post we discussed quite a few examples with verbs & expressions used in business communication. Today we will look at how we can implement all that we have learnt so far in a business or work setting.
Matt: The decreasing sales are not a good sign. Who is responsible for this?
Sally: I can carry out an analysis as soon as possible
Matt: I want you to take over the responsibility of meeting the sales team regularly
Sally: But isn’t that something that she does
Joe: She will be on leave and so will be stepping down from that role temporarily.
Sally: Alright, I will look into it.
Caller: Could you give me your account number please?
Customer: Sure, make a note of the number, it is Ab147852
Caller: How can I help you?
Customer: I would like to ask a question about my electricity bill. The bill was too high, there seems to be a problem
Caller: Let me check that for you.
Customer: Okay, I have another incoming call; I will have to hang up. Can you please call me back?
Caller: Sure, I will.
Stan: Hi everyone, I have an announcement to make
Lynn: Is this about what we were all eagerly waiting for, our salary hike?
Stan: No, not about that yet. We did well last month. So we are giving away some gifts to our employees. Your efforts have paid off.
Everyone: Thank you!
Stan: We will be throwing a party to celebrate the success. See you all at the party.
Joe: Hi Mary, will you do me a favour?
Mary: What would you like me to do?
Joe: Can you please deposit a cheque on your way back. You will have to key in a pin since you are going on my behalf
Mary: Can I drop it off tomorrow?
Joe: I guess that will do.
In our next post we will see some common errors that people make when using collocations in business conversations