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    What should I say to the front desk?

    Hi,

    If I know somebody in a company, and I go there to talk with him, when I am at the front desk, what should I say?

    I am looking for ....
    I want to talk....
    I have an appointment.....

    (Where can I find such kind of courtesy expression? such as in a grocery, in a phone....)

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: What should I say to the front desk?

    Quote Originally Posted by steadyj View Post
    Hi,

    If I know somebody in a company, and I go there to talk with him, when I am at the front desk, what should I say?

    I am looking for ....
    I want to talk....
    I have an appointment.....

    (Where can I find such kind of courtesy expression? such as in a grocery, in a phone....)

    Thanks in advance.
    (Not a teacher)

    you can say..
    I am here to meet Mr.../Ms...

    and ya if you have an appointment or going for an interview then say

    I have an appontment with Mr..... / Ms.....


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    Re: What should I say to the front desk?

    If there is no appointment, "Is Mr XX in the office today? Could you let him know that I am in Reception?"

    If there is an appointment: "I am here to see Mr XX. Could you let him know I have arrived?"

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