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New Employee in the Office
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ID: 1598 Upper Intermediate
When there's a new employee in the office, someone has to show them around and show them the ropes. In this "Intermediate to Upper Intermediate" transitional Chinese lesson, learn some of the basic words and expressions used in such a situation.
Tue Feb 01 2011 | Dilu, John
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|前台||qiántái||front desk, reception|
|领取||lǐngqǔ||to pick up|
jīntiān shì nǐ dì yī tiān shàngbān ，wǒ xiān dài nǐ rènshi yīxià tóngshì ，shúxī shúxi huánjìng 。
Today is your first day of work. Let me begin by introducing you to your coworkers and allowing you to get more familiar with the environment here.
hǎo de 。
zhè shì nǐ de zuòwèi 。gōngsī chúfáng yǒu kāfēi hé chá 。quē shénme bàngōngyòngpǐn dehuà ，kěyǐ qù qiántái dēngjì hé lǐngqǔ 。
This is your seat. The office kitchen has coffee and tea. If you need some office supplies, you can go to the front desk, sign for them and get them.
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