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She got to the office — go to the office?

She noted down my fax number so that she could send me the documents when she got to the office .

What is the meaning of `got to the office’. (I think: go to the office)

Is it right or something else?

Could you explain?

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Re: She got to the office — go to the office?

Got Means reached.

As I got the office, the rain started. But it cannot be «got to the office»

She noted down my fax number so that she could send me the documents when she got to the office .

What is the meaning of `got to the office’. (I think: go to the office)

Is it right or something else?

Could you explain?

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Re: She got to the office — go to the office?

Got Means reached.

As I got the office, the rain started. But it cannot be «got to the office»

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Re: She got to the office — go to the office?

When she got to the office means when she arrived at the office and is correct.

As I got to the office is correct as it means As I arrived or reached the office.

As I got the office means As I received the office which woould be expressed as when I took over the rent of the office or bought the office or was given the office.

The rent was increased 100 percent as soon as I got the office.

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Re: She got to the office — go to the office?

When she got to the office means when she arrived at the office and is correct.

As I got to the office is correct as it means As I arrived or reached the office.

As I got the office means As I received the office which woould be expressed as when I took over the rent of the office or bought the office or was given the office.

The rent was increased 100 percent as soon as I got the office.

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Return To The Office Or In The Office?

I know that you say «to be back IN the office» and not «to the office» but it is not clear to me if you would say «return to the office» or «return in the office»? Maybe this second one?

Tomorrow I´ll have to write an e-mail to one of my customers with this object: «return to in the office»

«Dear XXX
I hope you passed a nice Easter time and you are ready to continue our deal (or to work on our project is better?).
Please let me know if you have well received both my e-mails sent on 3rd of April and if you have already selected (chosen is better?) one of the 5 options prepared for you»

Thank you for checking

Hi Pam,
From the business correspondence point of view, the tone of this email doesn’t work for me (sorry to say that!)
First, if you have to say it, then » we’ve returned to the office. «. I am not sure what the business customs are where you are but in the US, we don’t email to our customers or clients to let them know we’ve resumed business after a holiday, because it is understood.

For the letter, I would say something simple like this:

Dear XXX
We hope you had a happy Easter holiday. Following up on our email business discussion last week, do you have any questions on the options we’d prepared for you ? Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any question you may have.

Pamela81 return to in the office You return to the office, not return in the office.

No motion: be in the office Motion: go to the office, return to the office, run to the office Pamela81 Dear XXXI hope you passed a nice Easter time and you are ready to continue our deal (or to work on our project is better?).Please let me know if you have well received both my e-mails sent on 3rd of April and if you have already selected (chosen is better?) one of the 5 options prepared for you» I hope you had a pleasant Easter and are ready to continue work on our project. Please let me know if you have received the two e-mails I sent you on April 3, and if you have selected one of the five options prepared for you.

Both selected and chosen are good.
passed a nice Easter time won’t work.
deal is probably not good.
(made) available to you would probably work as well as prepared for you.

If you want to press the customer a little more, you can end with

. April 3, and which of the options you have selected from among the five we have made available to you.

Hi CJ,
thank you so much.

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I have to understand that we return to the office but we are back in the office . ok

Thank you for explaining why my sentences are wrong but you just said «probably» referred to the correction for «to deal» why? Aren´t you sure that this one is wrong?

I like the last one option you have mentioned. Thanks!

dimsumexpress Hi Pam,From the business correspondence point of view, the tone of this email doesn’t work for me (sorry to say that!)First, if you have to say it, then » we’ve returned to the office. «. I am not sure what the business customs are where you are but in the US, we don’t email to our customers or clients to let them know we’ve resumed business after a holiday, because it is understood.For the letter, I would say something simple like this:Dear XXXWe hope you had a happy Easter holiday. Following up on our email business discussion last week, do you have any questions on the options we’d prepared for you ? Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any question you may have. Regards,xxxx Hi,
thank you for the reply. Don´t worry, I am glad to receive any corrections or remarks, this will help me in improving, if you just ignore my mistakes, it wouldn´t be of help.
Well, some customers are from UK , some from USA but the most of them are not Eng,native speakers. Do you think that my e-mail is not appropriate to a business relation? Maybe not enough informal?
I usually have a good business relation with my customers and often write this type of mails in special occasions like Easter or Christmas and so on. My boss thinks that if we have such a good relation, customers will place order I personally do not know if it works but I don´t have problems in writing these mails if the customer is kind 🙂

What would you think if you were my customer and you received such e-mail from me? Would you laugh at me? would you think that it is unappropriate?

Thank you for sharing with me your opinion

Pamela81 «probably» . deal . Aren´t you sure that this one is wrong? To talk about «our deal» is to talk about a business arrangement that has already been decided on. But your e-mail indicates that you and your client have not yet reached a deal because they haven’t even decided on one of those five options yet.

So if you use the word «deal» now, it may sound presumptuous to your prospective client. So I meant that it’s «probably not good» in terms of good business communications — even though it is correct grammatically.

Personally, I just don’t like the word «deal» at all.

Unit 71 Особенности употребления артиклей и предлогов: go to work/go home/go to the cinema

Здесь надо понять и запомнить с какими словами и понятиями артикль НЕ употребляется вообще

Работа, школа, университет, детский сад, тюрьма, церковь и т.д. Когда мы говорим о них как о жизненных или общественных понятиях, где люди выполнят определённые функции, а не о конкретном заведении, здании.

— Твой ребёнок в садик ходит? — Нет, уже в школу пошёл.
— Где твой муж? — Он ушёл на работу.

Запомните следующие устойчивые словосочетания без артикля (иногда с предлогами) ! Движение к .

go to work / get to work / be at work / start work / finish work
go to school / be at school / start school / leave school
go to university / be at university
go to church / be at (or in) church [ʧɜːʧ] церковь
go to bed / be in bed
go to hospital / be in hospital (‘the hospital’ in the US)
go to prison / be in prison [‘prɪzn] тюрьма

Со словом HOME [həum] — дом, любое ‘движение’ БЕЗ артикля!

go home / get home / arrive home / come home / walk home / leave home etc.

Но статичное нахождение дома с предлогом ‘at’

be at home / stay at home

Запомните следующие устойчивые словосочетания с определённым артиклем THE. Движение к .

go to . the cinema [‘sɪnəmə] кинотеатр, the theater [‘θɪətə] театр
the shop [ʃɔp] магазин, the market [‘mɑːkɪt] базар, рынок
the bank [bæŋk] банк
the toilet [‘tɔɪlət] туалет, уборная
the station [‘steɪʃən] железнодорожная станция, вокзал
the airport [‘eəpɔːt] аэропорт
the city center [‘sentə] — городской центр

go to . the doctor, the dentist

— You’re not well. Why don’t you go to the doctor?
— I have to go to the dentist tomorrow.

Vocabulary (Словарь)

academic [ˌækə’demɪk] академический; учебный
chemistry [‘kemɪstrɪ] химия
church [ʧɜːʧ] 1) церковь 2) (Church) церковь (организация)
cupboard [‘kʌbəd]/ а) буфет, сервант, горка, шкаф для посуды
general [‘ʤenərəl] обычный, общепринятый
hate [heɪt] ненавидеть
hobby [‘hɔbɪ] хобби, увлечение, любимое занятие
mind [maɪnd] быть против
operation [ˌɔpə’reɪʃən] операция
politics [‘pɔlətɪks] политика
prison [‘prɪzən] тюрьма
restroom [‘restrum] (Am) уборная, туалет (в общественных зданиях)
science [‘saɪəns] наука
station [‘steɪʃən] вокзал
subject [‘sʌbʤekt] тема, предмет
toilet [‘tɔɪlət] туалет, уборная

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take office

1 take office

2 take office

3 take office

to hold office — занимать должность, находиться в должности

incumbent of the office — лицо, занимающее данную должность

4 take office

5 take office

This big business opposition to Roosevelt started to develop within a year after he took office. (W. Foster, ‘History of Communist Party of the United States’, ch. 23) — Оппозиция крупного капитала политике Рузвельта начала действовать через год после вступления Рузвельта в должность президента.

Labour took office in England for the first time in 1924. — В Англии лейбористское правительство впервые пришло к власти в 1924 году.

6 take office

7 take office

8 take office

9 take office

10 take office

11 take the office

12 take the office

13 take an office

14 take it over to the post-office

15 take out (one’s) luggage from the left luggage office

16 take out luggage from the left luggage office

17 take over the office

18 take the oath of office

19 take the office

20 take these letters over to post office

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take office — verb assume an office, duty, or title When will the new President take office? • Ant: ↑leave office • Hypernyms: ↑start, ↑take up • Hyponyms: ↑accede, ↑enter, ↑ … Useful english dictionary

take — vb took, tak·en, tak·ing vt 1 a: to obtain control, custody, or possession of often by assertive or intentional means b: to seize or interfere with the use of (property) by governmental authority; specif: to acquire title to for public use by… … Law dictionary

take — I. verb (took; taken; taking) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English tacan, from Old Norse taka; akin to Middle Dutch taken to take Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to get into one s hands or into one s possession, power, or… … New Collegiate Dictionary

take — take1 [ teık ] (past tense took [ tuk ] ; past participle tak|en [ teıkən ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 move something/someone ▸ 2 cause someone/something to move ▸ 3 perform action ▸ 4 need something ▸ 5 accept ▸ 6 win prize/election ▸ 7 reach out and get ▸… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

take — I UK [teɪk] / US verb Word forms take : present tense I/you/we/they take he/she/it takes present participle taking past tense took UK [tʊk] / US past participle taken UK [ˈteɪkən] / US *** 1) [transitive] to move something or someone from one… … English dictionary

take up — verb 1. pursue or resume (Freq. 9) take up a matter for consideration • Hypernyms: ↑embark, ↑enter • Verb Frames: Somebody s something 2. adopt (Freq. 5) … Useful english dictionary

office — n. function place where a function is performed 1) to assume (an) office 2) to hold; take office 3) to seek (public) office 4) (pol.) to run for (AE), stand for (BE) office 5) to resign from (an) office 6) (pol.) (an) appointive; elective; high;… … Combinatory dictionary

take on — verb 1. take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect (Freq. 10) His voice took on a sad tone The story took a new turn he adopted an air of superiority She assumed strange manners The gods assume human or animal form in these fables • Syn: ↑ … Useful english dictionary

take over — verb 1. seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one s right or possession (Freq. 12) He assumed to himself the right to fill all positions in the town he usurped my rights She seized control of the throne after… … Useful english dictionary

office — of|fice [ ɔfıs, afıs ] noun *** 1. ) count a room or building where the people in an organization or department work: I work in the company s Los Angeles office. Our offices are on the third floor. the office (=where you work every day): I… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

office — noun 1 BUILDING (C) the building that belongs to a company or organization, with a lot of rooms where people work: The company is moving to new offices in central London. | head office (=main office) | the office: Did you go to the office today?… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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