Common expressions at work


Staff member
Mar 15, 2023
Here are some common expressions that you might encounter in a work setting:

Drop me a line sometime.

We really need to figure it out.

We need to fill in for Sarah. She is not here today!

I believe we need to sort out this problem.

Can you give me a hand? I am in trouble.

I do it once in a while, not every day!

Listen, that is my offer... Sleep on it and tell me tomorrow.


Here more ...

"Good morning/afternoon/evening." - A polite greeting to start a conversation or meeting.
"How can I help you?" - A question to ask when a colleague or client needs assistance.
"Let's touch base later." - An expression to suggest catching up or discussing something later on.
"I'll follow up with you on that." - An assurance to provide further information or action on a particular matter.
"Thanks for your hard work." - An expression of appreciation or recognition for a job well done.
"Sorry, I didn't catch that. Could you repeat it?" - A request to clarify something that wasn't heard or understood.
"Let's brainstorm some ideas." - An invitation to generate new ideas or solutions to a problem.
"That's a good point." - An acknowledgment of a valid contribution or suggestion.
"I'll put that on my to-do list." - An acknowledgment of a task or request, indicating that it will be completed.
"Can we schedule a meeting?" - A request to arrange a meeting to discuss a particular matter.

These are just a few examples of the many expressions commonly used in a work setting.