💟 [92 FILES :: 706 MB] #DIxMTgzMGUw expressions - Formal way of saying "I'm on it" - English

5 sept. 2012 · lucas-sp. Senior Member. English - Californian. Sep 5, 2012. #3. But the first one isn't a proper question either. The proper question would be "Is anyone free?" I think both "free to join" and "free for joining" could be used in a casual situation. A. 30 juin 2018 · A possible solution could be. "I am available 24/7 (except 3 to 5 PM)" You can add unavailability for evening hours if you so desire: "I am available every day from 8 am to 10 pm (with the exception of 3 pm to 5 pm)" Share. Improve this answer. Follow. 2. For the first part, I would be inclined to use "I am free" unless there's a specified point at which you will become free, e.g. "After lunch, I will be free for the rest of the day". For the second, you certainly can use "today" instead of "the day". Voir la liste complète sur badgermapping.com. Click the Free Check button to check grammar, spelling, and punctuation. If you see an underlined word or text passage, click on the highlighted area for correction options and apply as necessary. To make sure your sentences are clear and your word choice is perfect, double-check your text. 27 déc. 2015 · The more specific the update you can offer, the better the response will be received. +1 Managers ultimately want to know when it will be finished. Just saying, “I’m on it” or it’s equivalent tells them virtually nothing and would probably inwardly frustrate the manager. 5 Tips to Ask for Someone’s Time and Not Get Denied Tip# 1: Choose the Right Words Tip# 2: Choose the Right Tone Tip# 3: Be Specific About the Time and Place, or Ask Them to Decide Tip# 4: Use a Formal or Friendly Gesture Tip# 5: Make Eye Contact While Asking Using “Are you?” to Ask Someone If They Are Available “Can you?”.