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If an office worker is going to be out of the office, they’ll often write an out of office reply.

The out of office reply is used as an automatic reply (“auto reply”) that will respond to e-mails while you are away from the office.

If you have to write one in English, here are three templates, or models for you to copy:

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How do you feel today? Are you “bent out of shape”? “Burning the candle at both ends”? Well, if you can “walk and chew gum”, then you have time to read the Phrase of the Day!

There’s a new one every day, and you can find them here!

You can always find great English resources on the World Wide Web!

There are a lot of great resources on the World Wide Web, and here’s one that you can use to help improve your grammar:

English Grammar Secrets

The site has clear and simple lessons on grammar subjects that range from “Present Continuous” to “Zero Conditional”.

You can click here to visit the site, but remember that these are grammar secrets – so, shh, don’t tell anyone!

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