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Thread: Follow up

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    #1

    Follow up

    Hi there!


    In business, what are the best situations to use the expression "follow up"?


    Cheers,
    Tito

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    Re: Follow up

    You're giving us the answer and you want us to think of the question! Try it the other way round.
    Give us the context(s)/sentence(s) you have in mind, and we'll do our best to comment.

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