Email – Dependent prepositions and Phrasal Verbs
1. Have a quick look at these figures and get back to me asap.
2. Let me know if you need any help with the koreans. And copy me in on any correspondence with them
3. Could you get on to our suppliers and sort something out with them ? I’ ll leave the details to you , but keep me in the loop.
4. BTW, you did a great job on the presentation. It went down really well with the Belgians. We’ll just have to wait and see what they come back to us with.
5. Can you update me on where we are with the Expo arrangements ? I’m a bit out of touch. Can I leave it up to you to contact the speakers ?
6. I would like to sound you out on this new packaging idea. Let’s meet up to discuss it sometime next week. BTW, i still can’t seem to get through to Monica.
7. I know you are up to your neck in work at the moment and probably don’t want to take on any more, but could you take this USA thing off my hand.
8. I haven’t had time to read through the whole report and I’ll probably need to check some of these figures against the computer, but leave it with me.
9. Thanks for your offer of a beer. If i can finish this report off by 7, I may just take you up on it ! I could certainly do with one !