Which schools you have attended.
Which diplomas and certificates you have.
Where you have worked.
He's worked at that company for fifteen years.
He's working at that company for fifteen years.
He works at that company for fifteen years.
Two point fifty six
Two point five six
Two dot five six
Could you help me?
Excuse me, I was wondering if you could possibly help me?
This is Ken
What do you want?
Can I help you?
Could I help you?
May I help you?
When are you born?
When you born?
When were you born?
Use a polite style for your colleagues. You can contract verbs, but do not be too informal.
Provide a detailed employment history.
Use a formal register and sign: Your's faithfully,
Thanks for giving me a hand.
Thank you very much for your time today.
Thank you for your quick response.
Why do you want him?
Who's calling please?
I picked up him at the station.
I picked him up at the station.
I picked up Tom at the station.
Is an opening from an e-mail
Is an opening from an inquiry
Is an opening from a letter to a colleague
Never include the address of the recipient at the top of a letter.
Always include the address of the recipient at the top of a letter.
Include the address of the recipient at the bottom of a letter.
Does he work?
He does work?
Two thousand and four hundred twenty
Two thousand four hundred and twenty
Two thousand four hundred twenty
Your employment history
Other capabilities that are important for the job
Something you can do
Someone you know
Something you know
What should I do?
What can you do?
What does he do?
Would you mind repeating that?
I'm afraid I don't see your point.
I'm afraid I can't see the tower.
My connection is not good.
The extension is busy.
I didn't understand.
An internal telephone number
An external telephone number
A telephone call
Seeing you soon.
To see you soon.
See you soon.