200 Common English Phrases
Leaving and Returning
Hey, Jill, lovely day, isn’t it?
Hey, Bill. Long time no see.
Yes, how are you getting on?
Is this work bone breaking?
Don’t mention it. I’ll have to do some extra work and come home late each day.
If there’s no future for this company, you might as well pack your bags and try your luck somewhere else.
As soon as I can, I’m going to change job.
Oh, honey, you are eventually coming back.
You’re very busy these days, going out early and coming back late every day.
Yes. It is obvious that I have less time with you.
Not exactly. Even though you are busy, you still remember to take care about me.
You are very hard, too.
My schedule is very flexible, and I’m given a lot of freedom. I’m okay.
I’ve already done it hours ago. I’ve been waiting for you.