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    Is this expression correct?

    If I want to ask what the internship is about to my potential boss, can I say "can I know what the internship is about "to him? Is this expression correct or appropriate? Since he just told me there is an internship opportunity he want to talk with me but I have no idea what is about or in what area? How should i ask?

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    Re: Is this expression correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZOEYW View Post
    If I want to ask what the internship is about to my potential boss, can I say "can I know what the internship is about "to him? Is this expression correct or appropriate? Since he just told me there is an internship opportunity he want to talk with me but I have no idea what is about or in what area? How should i ask?

    Thanks!
    Why not just ask him what the internship involves?

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