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You may have the chance to work in a French-speaking environment, or perhaps it might simply come in handy for your present job. This small list won’t make you fluent in business French but it will provide you with a useful grounding in French workplace communication.
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|bosser||to work (hard), to slog (away)|
|le boulot||job (casual)|
|le métier||trade, occupation, job|
|la pause café||coffee break - elevenses|
|le congé||holiday, leave|
|le fonctionnaire||civil servant|
|les 35 heures||the 35 hour week|
|le treizième mois||end-of-year bonus|
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