This is a business English conversation post by Berlitz Korea in the third week of October.
How to say it in English?
So I brought it!
Berlitz Korea's business English conversation expression in the third week of October is just that!
Take over is
to inherit something,
This is a frequently used business English conversational expression when taking over a job at a company,
Let's look at the various meanings of
To seize [seize] (government, political party, etc.)
It has various meanings.
Multiple meanings Take over,
Let's learn more about how it is used in the workplace through an example sentence?
Would you be interested in taking over my role when I retire?
Are you willing to take on my role when I retire?
Rachel took over this project at the end of last month.
Rachel acquired the project at the end of last month.
We're thinking of having Joseph take over as the head of HR.
I plan to appoint Joseph as the head of human resources.
Business English fold 5th post
Take over frequently used but confusing business English expressions at work!
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