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    kate31 is offline Newbie
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    Default notice about going away

    Hello,
    I'm looking for some help with fininsh sentence of my emails (txts). I'll be away for 2 weeks - so in my messaage how shall I write : ' See you after that time' or 'See you after I beck'...?

    Thank's for any help...

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    nyota is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: notice about going away

    I'm not a teacher***

    See you when I'm back.
    See you in two weeks.
    See you in two weeks' time.
    I won't/will not be available until my return on [date here].
    - more formal

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