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Learn English with! You know that it’s almost time for your annual performance review, so you start to collect the evidence that shows how valuable you are to your co-workers to show your boss. You have a pile of e-mails written in English and letters commending your diligence and attention to detail. A raise should be coming your way, as long as your boss believes all of this praise!

In this lesson, you’ll learn about adverb clauses to express conditions and cause and effect in English. Our English conversation takes place at a store in front of the store manager’s office between the manager and his employee. The employee is speaking professionally, and the store manager is speaking semi-professionally. You’ll also learn how to negotiate your salary in English. Visit us at, where you will find many more fantastic English lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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