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Tanya
Please check one part of my topic In or company we are supposed to work 5 days a week, 8 hours a day except 1 hour break for food intake and rest. From Monday till Thursday we must wear traditional business clothes (suit with tie for men, business suit, skirt, trouthers or dress for women). On Friday we are allowed to wear less formal clothes. In our company we don't work on official holidays. And we are supposed to take paid holiday (24 calendar days a year). Usually we don' take holiday more than 2 weeks.
Feb 25, 2010 8:51 AM
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Hi Tanya. It's pretty good already. I suggest a few small changes: "In our company we are supposed to work 5 days a week, 8 hours a day except for a 1 hour break for food and rest. From Monday till Thursday we must wear traditional business clothes (suit with tie for men, business suit, skirt, trousers or dress for women). On Fridays we are allowed to wear less formal clothes. In our company we don't work on official holidays. We are also supposed to take paid holiday (24 calendar days a year). Usually we don't take more than 2 weeks' holiday."
February 25, 2010
Hi Tanya. I would suggest a few changes. "In our company we are supposed to work 5 days a week, 8 hours a day except for a 1 hour break for food intake and rest. From Monday through Thursday we must wear traditional business clothes (suit with tie for men, business suit, skirt, trousers or dress for women). On Friday we are allowed to wear less formal clothes. In our company we don't work on official holidays. And we are supposed to take paid holiday (24 calendar days a year). Usually we don' take holiday for more than 2 weeks."
February 26, 2010
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July 30, 2011
U also can say *from Monday to Thursday*)
February 25, 2010
Tanya
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