- 1 Post By Anglika
Please modify this sentence
I do not know to refuse the work not in my position, but I just want to resolve it.
I do not know to refuse the job which is not related in my duties, but I just want to finish it.
Re: Please modify this sentence
Originally Posted by Zoe2008
If you mean you want to be rid of it rather than say you want to complete it, then say "I would just like to be rid of it" or "I would just like to get rid of it".
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