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    Using of "to meet customers" What kinds of sentences should we make?

    If I want to say about I always go out of my company to meet my customers, What kind of sentences should I make to say about that?

    1. I go out of my company to meet my customers every day.
    2. I meet my customers outside of my company every day.
    3. I meet and talk about my business with my customers outside my office every day.

    Please write betters sentences for me or correct mine.

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    Re: Using of "to meet customers" What kinds of sentences should we make?

    Hi Suthipong,

    I'm not a native English speaker, but I'd say it this way:

    - I visit my clients every day;
    - I visit my clients on a daily basis;

    I believe you don't have to say 'out of the company' if it's implied in the conversation (the verb "visit" means that you leave your company to meet your clients). However if you want to reinforce it, then you could say 'at their place'.

    Last edited by BrunaBC; 20-Jun-2012 at 14:11. Reason: space "every day" as 5jj pointed out.
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    Re: Using of "to meet customers" What kinds of sentences should we make?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrunaBC View Post
    - I visit my clients everyday;
    Note:
    I visit my clients every day. (Two words)
    This is an everyday occurrence. (One word, adjective)

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