person in charge Hi everyone, Is the expression "person in charge" used only for people at managerial positions? Or, do you say it to someone who is an operator for a machine or something like that?
Nov 12, 2018 9:55 AM
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No. It can be anything. For example, "The class monitor is in charge of everything when the teacher is absent from the classroom". Right now I am in the same time zone as you are :) Here for more than a week. Right now in Osaka, then off to the southern cities of Kyoto, Nara etc. Then one day in Tokyo before heading off to other parts of Asia :)
November 12, 2018
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