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    unpaid vacation

    Which of these could be used to express that you want to leave work for a few days, e.g. because you have some important private problems to solve?

    Can I get an unpaid leave?
    Can I leave without pay?
    Can I get a vacation without pay?
    Can I get an unpaid vacation?

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    Re: unpaid vacation

    Can I use my paid/unpaid leave? Some companies offer paid leave for family matters.

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