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    Cool different from


    I'm going to organise a special meeting and I want to inform my colleagues by email. This is what I would like to tell them but I don't find it really clear, can you help me please? :

    "The objective of this meeting is to make you speak about something different from what you are used to talking about."


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    Re: different from

    I agree with Gillnetter's post but I'll just add that I would change you to us and we.

    This is with the provision that I don't know who it's for, what kind of meeting it is, or what your workplace is. But usually in communication like this it's a good idea to make things general.

    "Things that you normally would not talk about" can come across wrong.


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