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    How to respond to superviser if he or she asked"how is your working going?"

    Usually I would say" its good." But it sounds you know kinda boring and actually, I want to say something more but have no idea what kind of thing I might say in this case. OR, any other typical answer?

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    Re: How to respond to superviser if he or she asked"how is your working going?"

    The way to impress your supervisor is with your work, not the way you talk about it. Also, my supervisor would say, "How is your work going?" (although she would know anyway).


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    Re: How to respond to superviser if he or she asked"how is your working going?"

    Not a teacher.

    If you enjoy your work, you can say, "Great, having fun as usual". If something interesting happened, " never a dull moment around here, ...". Or if you want to say something nice about your coworkers, "With John and Jenny always ready to help me, its easy as a pie...".
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    Re: How to respond to superviser if he or she asked"how is your working going?"

    These are what I am looking for!!! Thanks greenisgood!:)
    Quote Originally Posted by greenisgood View Post
    If you enjoy your work, you can say, "Great, having fun as usual". If something interesting happened, " never a dull moment around here, ...". Or if you want to say something nice about your coworkers, "With John and Jenny always ready to help me, its easy as a pie...".

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    Re: How to respond to superviser if he or she asked"how is your working going?"

    greenisgood, please correct the information in your profile and read this extract from the forum rules:

    You are welcome to answer questions posted in the Ask a Teacher forum as long as your suggestions, help, and advice reflect a good understanding of the English language. If you are not a teacher, you will need to state that clearly in your post.

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