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    "you can pass"

    Suppose, please, that I am in line and for some reason, when it's my time (turn?) to be assisted by the attendant, I want to allow the person behind me to be assisted firstly.
    How should I address this person, please? "You can pass"?

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    Re: "you can pass"

    "Please go ahead." Accompanied by appropriate hand gesture.

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