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    Office stay

    Hi guys,

    Please check. Is it correct to say "There is no question of making me stay there(office)? Or we need to remove "Of" from there. Can I say "My manager will definatley give me releaving letter in just one day. He won't ask me stay in that office for few more day". Can we use "Stay" like this or should we use some other word?

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    #2

    Re: Office stay

    Not a teacher

    Please check. Is it correct to say "There is no question of making me stay there(office)? Or we need to remove "Of" from there. Can I say few more"My manager will definatley give me releaving letter in just one day. He won't ask me stay in that office for day". Can we use "Stay" like this or should we use some other word?
    There is no question of making me stay.
    There is no question of me staying.
    There is no question of me remaining.
    There is no question of staying.
    There is no question of remaining.

    "My manager will definatley give me releaving letter in just one day. He won't ask me stay in that office for day

    What is a "relieving letter"? My guess is that there is a better word choice; maybe "a transfer letter" or "sign transfer paperwork".

    Within one day, my manager will definitely give me a relieving letter. He won't ask me to stay in that office one more day.

    There is no question of staying. Within one day, my manager will definitely give me a relieving letter. He won't ask me to stay in that office one more day.

    There is no question of my remaining. Within one day, my manager will definitely give me a relieving letter. He won't ask me to stay in that office one more day.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 03-Jan-2015 at 11:31. Reason: Adding 'Not a teacher'. Mod added quote box

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    #3

    Re: Office stay

    Greene, if you are not a teacher it is required here to state that you are not a teacher when you are answering questions from other posters.

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    #4

    Re: Office stay

    Termination letter.

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    #5

    Re: Office stay

    So is it correct?

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    #6

    Re: Office stay

    Is what correct? You have asked 4 or 5 questions.

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    #7

    Re: Office stay

    Tufguy, post one question per thread please.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Office stay

    In this context, leaving your job if I have understood you, you could say that the manager will not make you work your notice, which is the advanced warning you have to give that you are leaving.

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