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    #1

    I assign allocate task (to my team member)

    Hi,

    Question:
    1) Is "assign " the best word for the noun "task"?
    2) Can I omit "to my teammembers"

    Sentence:

    In our group meetings, I would assign new tasks to my team members.

    Thanks

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    Re: I assign allocate task (to my team member)

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Question:
    1) Is "assign " the best word for the noun "task"?
    2) Can I omit "to my teammembers"

    Sentence:

    In our group meetings, I would assign new tasks to my team members.

    Thanks
    1) It's as good as any. 'Allocate' is also good.
    2) You could, if that phrase is understood from the context. As an isolated sentence like this, I'd include it.

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