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27 September 2015

Southern Power Distribution Company of Telangana Ltd. Recruitment

Southern Power Distribution Company of Telangana Ltd.

Recruitment Notification 2015


Applications are invited from eligible candidates for filling up of 201 vacancies of Assistant Engineers (Electrical) in TSSPDCL. Detailed Notification can be seen in TSSPDCL website www.tssouthernpower.com at careers link.



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25 September 2015

TSGENCO Notification 2015



TSGENCO (Telangana State Power Generation Corporation Limited) invites applications for the posts of 856 Assistant Engineer (Elecl., Mechl., Electronics and Civil) vacancies through direct recruitment. Eligible candidates may apply online from 08-10-2015 to 28-10-2015 by 23:59 hrs. 
  
Vacancy Details: Total No. of Posts: 856
 
Name of the Posts: Assistant Engineer 1. Electrical: 419 Posts
i. General: 413 Posts
ii. Back Log: 06 Posts
2. Mechanical: 195 Posts
i. General: 190 Posts
ii. Back Log: 05 Posts
3. Electronics (General): 70 Posts 4. Civil: 172 Posts
i. General: 161 Posts
ii. Back Log: 11 Posts

Age Limit: Candidates age should be between 18-44 years as on 01-07-2015. Age relaxation is applicable 5 years for SC/ ST/ BC, 10 years for Physically Handicapped persons as per rules.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering/ Electrical & Electronics Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering/ Electronics & Communication Engineering/ Instrumentation Controls Engineering/ Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering/ Civil Engineering of a University in India established or incorporated by or under a Central Act.

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on written test & verification of original certificates.

Application Processing Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 100/- by online through TS Online Centers/ Portal.

Examination Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 120/- by online through TS Online Centers/ Portal. No fee for SC/ ST/ BC Communities & PH candidates.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.tsgenco.telangana.gov.in or tsgenco.cgg.gov.in from 08-10-2015 to 28-10-2015 by 23:59 hrs.

TSTRANSCO Notification 2015

TSTRANSCO Notification 2015
Recruitment of 206 Assistant Engineer 


TSTRANSCO (Transmission Corporation of Telangana Limited) invites applications for the post of Assistant Engineer  (Electrical & Civil) vacancies through direct recruitment. Eligible candidates may apply online from 06-10-2015 to 26-10-2015 by 11:59 P.M. 

TSTRANSCO Vacancy Details:
Total Posts: 206

 
Name of the Posts: Assistant Engineer
1. Electrical: 184 Posts
i. GR: 177 Posts
ii. LR: 07 Posts
2. Civil: 22 Posts
i. GR: 17 Posts
ii. LR: 05 Posts

Age Limit: Candidates age should be between 18-44 years as on 01-07-2015. Age relaxation is applicable 5 years for SC/ ST/ BC, 10 years for Physically Handicapped persons as per rules.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering/ Electrical & Electronics Engineering/ Civil Engineering of a Recognized University in India established or incorporated by or under a Central Act.

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on written test & verification of original certificates.

Application Processing Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 100/- by online through TS Online Centers/ Portal.

Examination Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 120/- by online through TS Online Centers/ Portal. No fee for SC/ ST/ BC Communities & PH candidates.

How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.transco.telangana.gov.in or tstransco.cgg.gov.in from 06-10-2015 to 26-10-2015 by 11:59 P.M.

20 September 2015

City Civil Courts Typist Exam pattern and syllabus

City Civil Courts Typist Exam pattern and syllabus

Typist exam is conducted in two papers consisting of 75minutes of duration.

Papre I  General Knowledge                     60 minutes       50 Marks
Paper II  Typing Test / Technical Test        15 minutes        50 Marks

8 September 2015

Tongue Twisters for English Learners



Tongue Twisters


 "A big black bug bit a big black dog on his big black nose."

 
“A tricky frisky snake with sixty super scaly stripes.”

 
 Betty bought a bit of butter, but she found the butter bitter, so Betty bought a bit of better butter to make the bitter butter better.


Bill had a billboard.
Bill also had a board bill.
The board bill bored Bill,
So Bill sold his billboard
And paid his board bill.
Then the board bill
No longer bored Bill,
But though he had no board bill,
Neither did he have his billboard!
 

A bitter biting bittern bit a better biting bittern
And the better biting bittern bit the bitter biting bittern back.
Said the bitter biting bittern to the better biting bittern
“I’m a bitter biting bittern bitten back”


 Children chuckle cheerily.


Charles Dicken s has chickens.
 

Charlie chooses cheese and cherries.
 

Cheerful children chant charming tunes.
 

One must not touch the Dutch too much.
 

The child watched his teacher an d fetched him the chalk.
 



Charles and Richard chewed cheese an d chewed gum.

How can a clam cram in a clean cream can?
 

Charles is a cheerful chicken -farmer. He chuckles at the chance Of a choice chicken to chew for his lunch .
Mrs Chip is very old, an d when she settles down to stitch Unless she uses spectacles - she can not see which stitch is which.

Did Doug dig David's garden or did David dig Doug's garden?
Do drop in at the Dewdrop Inn
  
Denise sees the fleece,
Denise sees the fleas.
At least Denise could sneeze
and feed and freeze the fleas


Four furious friends fought for the phone
Five flippant Frenchmen fly from France for fashions


"Eleven owls licked eleven, little, liquorice lollipops."
 
"Fresh fried fish, fish fresh fried, fried fish fresh, fish fried fresh."


Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t fuzzy, was he?
 
How was Harry hastened so hurriedly from the hunt?
In Hertford,Hereford and Hampshire hurricanes hardly ever happen
 
How can a clam cram in a clean cream can?
 
"How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood"
 
"I can think of six thin things, but I can think of six thick things too."


I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream
 
"If two witches were watching two watches, which witch would watch which watch?"
 
James just jostled Jean gently.
Jack the jailbird jacked a jeep.
 
Jean, Joan , George an d Gerald judged generally.


Jolly Jack an d joyful Jill jumping down the jagged hill.
 

John John son joined jealous Jenn y Jerry making apple-jelly.
 

Jane and Jen n y in their blue jackets are watching the jaguar in the cage.
 

It was a joy for Jack an d George, the German boys, to cross the large bridge before entering the village.
Kiss her quick, kiss her quicker, kiss her quickest.
My cutlery cuts keenly and cleanly.


Literally literary.
Larry sent the latter a letter later.
Lucy lingered, looking longingly for her lost lap-dog.

You know New York,
You need New York,
You know you need unique New York.


"Not these things here, but those things there."
 
“Give papa a cup of proper coffee in a copper coffee cup."
 
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where's the peck of pickled
peppers Peter Piper picked? 
 
Pearls, please, pretty Penelope,
Pretty Penelope, pretty Penelope,
Pearls, please, pretty Penelope,
Pretty Penelope Pring. 

 
Quick kiss. Quicker kiss. Quickest kiss.

Quickly, quickly, quickly, quickly, quickly...
 
Round the rugged rocks the ragged rascal ran.

Reading and writing are richly rewarding.

 
 
Red leather, yellow leather...

 
Red lorry, yellow lorry...


Reading Bells ring rapidly an d reeds rustle round rivers.

 Rolling on the roaring river the rowing-raft rolled over.
 

As the roaring rocket rose, the restless mosters rollicked.
 

Rustle of trees an d ripple of rain , roaring of rivers across the plain .
 

Richard gave Robin a rap in the ribs for roasting his rabbit so rare.
 

Strawberries, raspberries an d redcurrants with real cream are really refreshing.
 

Richard is in the kitchen fetching some cheese for the children;
Rose has two red rulers from her friend in her room .

Rumbling in the chimneys, rattling at the doors, 

Round the roofs and round the roads the rude win d roars, 
Raging through the darkness, raving through the trees, 
Racing off again across the great, grey seas.

“She sells sea shells by the sea shore."
“The big bug bit the little beetle, but the little beetle bit the big bug back."

Sheila is selling her shop at the seashore
For shops at the seashore are so sure to lose
And she’s not so sure of
what she should be selling
Should Sheila sell seashells or should she sell shoes
 
Six sick hicks nick six slick bricks with picks and sticks.

 

Six thick thistle sticks
Theophilus Thistler, the thistle sifter, in sifting a sieve of unsifted thistles, thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb.
The shrewd shrew sold Sarah seven sliver fish slices.
Sister Susie sat on the sea shore sewing shirts for sailors.
Moses supposes his toeses are roses,
But Moses supposes erroneously,
For nobody's toeses are posies of roses
As Moses supposes his toeses to be.


 Seven slick, slimy snakes sliding slowly south ward.

Seven teen slimy slugs in satin sun bonnets sat singing short, sad songs.


Seven ty-seven sea serpents swam hissing across the sea.


Six silent snakes slithering slowly southward.


Six silly sisters seil silk to six sickly seniors.


Six slippery seals slipping silently ashore.


 I saw Susie sitting in a shoeshine shop

She sells seashells by the seashore.


Sammy Smellie smelt a smell of small-coal: 
Did Sammy Smellie smell a smell of small-coal? 
If Sammy Smellie smelt a smell of small-coal, 
Where's the smell of small-coal Sammy Smellie smelt?
 
There was a fisherman named Fisher
who fished for some fish in a fissure.
Till a fish with a grin,
pulled the fisherman in.
Now they're fishing the fissure for Fisher.

 
Ten tame tadpoles tucked tightly in a thin tall tin.

Two toads, totally tired, trying to trot to Tewkesbury.
 

They threw three thick things.

 Three thrushes thrilled them.

Three Scotch thistles in the thicket.

The Catholic author went to the Orthodox cathedral. 

 Is this the sixth, the seventh or the eighth? 

The third Thursday of this month is the thirteenth. 

Theodore Thrustle threw thirty-three thimbles in to a thicket of thistles
 
When I went to Warsaw, I saw a saw that could out saw any saw that I ever saw. Now, if
you go to Warsaw and see a saw that could out saw the saw I saw, I'd like to see your
saw saw. 


Wee Willy Winkie went walking in the wet wood. 

We're washing with warm water.

The wild wind whipped Whit from the wharf. 

Warm, whispering winds fill woodland waves. 

I wish to wash my Irish wristwatch
 
Out in the pasture the nature watcher watches the catcher. While the catcher watches
the pitcher who pitches the balls. Whether the temperature's up or whether the
temperature's down, the nature watcher, the catcher and the
pitcher are always around. The pitcher pitches, the catcher catches and the watcher watches.
So whether the temperature's rises or whether the temperature falls the nature watcher just
watches the catcher who's watching the pitcher who's watching the balls. 

 
If you understand, say "understand".
If you don't understand, say "don't understand".
But if you understand and say "don't understand".
how do I understand that you understand. Understand!?


Esau Wood saw a wood saw, saw wood, as no
wood saw would saw wood. If Esau Wood
saw a wood saw, saw wood, as no wood saw would saw wood, where is the wood saw
which would saw wood, as no wood saw would saw wood.


 
Vincent vowed vengeance very vehemently.
Vera valued the valley violets.

 "Zebra zig and zebra zag."

7 September 2015

LIC Golden Junbilee Scholarship 2015-16

LIC Golden Junbilee Scholarship 2015-16


SCHEME OF ‘LIC GOLDEN JUBILEE SCHOLARSHIP’ FOR STUDENTS     BELONGING TO THE ECONOMICALLY WEAKER  FAMILIES FOR PURSUING HIGHER STUDIES.

1.      OBJECTIVE
The objective of the scheme is to award scholarships to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker families so as to provide them better opportunities for higher education and thus enhance their employability.

2.      SCOPE
The scholarship is to be awarded for studies in India in a government or private college/university. It will also cover technical and vocational courses in Industrial Training Institutes/ Industrial Training Centres affiliated with the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT) of classes at Graduation level.

3.      ELIGIBILITY
Students who have passed Class XII exam or its equivalent in the Academic Year 2014-15 and are interested to pursue higher education in the field of

i) Medicine, Engineering, Graduation in any discipline, Diploma Course in any field or other equivalent courses.

ii) Vocational Courses through Government recognized Colleges/Institutes or courses in Industrial Training Institutes (ITI).

For i) above Candidates who have passed Class XII exam or equivalent in the Academic year 2014-15 with at least 60% marks or equivalent grade and annual income of whose parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed ` 1,00,000/- per annum.

For ii) above The basic educational qualification is relaxed to Class X or equivalent with at least 60% marks in the Academic year 2014-15 subject to income ceiling of parents/guardians.

4. DURATION
Scholarship shall be provided for the entire duration of the course subject to the candidate fulfilling the requisite eligibility conditions for renewal.

5. RATE OF SCHOLARSHIP

An amount of `10,000/- per annum will be awarded to the selected candidate which is payable in ten monthly installments of ` 1,000/- each. The Scholarship amount will be transferred to Bank Account of the selected scholar through NEFT. Therefore in case the candidate is selected for scholarship, the Bank Account details and IFSC code are compulsory.

6. CONDITIONS FOR SCHOLARSHIP
(i)   Scholarship shall be awarded to the students who have secured not less than  60% marks or equivalent grade in the previous final examination and the annual income of whose parents/guardians from all sources does not exceed `1,00,000/- per annum.

(ii)  Selection of LIC Scholar will be on the basis of merit and family background such as percentage of marks in class 12th /10th and annual income of the family. Eligible Students having the lowest income shall be given preference in the ascending order.
(iii) The candidate should secure more than 55%marks in professional streams and 50% marks in graduation courses in Arts/Science/Commerce or equivalent grade in the previous final examination of the course for which scholarship is awarded, failing which the scholarship will be discontinued.

(iv)  Scholarship shall not be given to more than one student in a family.

(v) The students should be regular in attendance for which the yardstick shall be decided by the competent authority of the school/college/university.

(vi)  Income certificate should be on self-certification basis by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper for self-employed parents and from employer for employed parents supported by documents (from revenue department) such as land held in the name of parents.

(vii) If a student violates any terms and conditions of the scholarship, the scholarship may be suspended or cancelled.

(viii)  If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statement/certificates, his/her scholarship shall be cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid shall be recovered, at the discretion of the concerned Divisional Administration of LIC.|
(ix) LIC Golden Jubilee Foundation will lay down the detailed procedure for processing and sanctioning of scholarships to eligible students.

(x)  The scheme shall be evaluated at regular intervals by the LICGJF.

(xi) The regulations can be changed at any time at the discretion of the Board of Trustees of LICGJF.

7. MODE OF APPLYING

ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE SUBMITTED THROUGH THE LINK ON THE HOME PAGE. Once online application is submitted, the candidate will get acknowledgement at the email ID provided by him in his online application. Further correspondence will be made by the Divisional Office which is mentioned in the acknowledgement mail. The candidate should ensure to submit his correct email id and contact number for communication at a later date, if required. Bank Account details and IFSC code are not compulsory at this stage.

Click here to Apply online 

Last date for submission application 23 September 2015




3 September 2015

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti Notification for Recruitment of LDC / Store Keeper Posts

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
Secunderabad, Telangana
Notification for Recruitment of LDC / Store Keeper Posts


Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti invites applications for recruitment to the posts of Lower Division Clerk/ Store Keeper on direct recruitment basis in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Hyderabad Regional located in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala and UTs of Lakshdweep, Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Job Information:
Lower Division Clerk/ Store Keeper: 29 Posts


Eligibility: XII Class, Knowledge of Typing.

Age: Between 18 and 27 years as on 30.06.2015.

How to Apply: Applications complete in all respects in the prescribed format, should be sent in the name of Deputy Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Regional Officer, H.No. 1 – 1- 10/ 3, S.P.Road, Secunderabad within 30 days from the date of application of this advertisement in Employment News.


For more infomation visit www.navodayahyd.gov.in

15th Nationwide Education and Scholarship Test - 2016

15th Nationwide Education and Scholarship Test - 2016



For more details visit http://www.nest.net.in/nest-2016.htm

Useful Expressions for Group Discussion

Group Discussion: Useful Expressions
 
Useful Expressions for Group Discussion

 Introducing the topic
  • Today we are here to discuss ....
  • The goal of our discussion today is .....
  • Topic for the discussion is ....
  • The topic given to discuss is .....


Stating your own opinion

-       In my opinion, …
-       Personally I think that ...
-       My own view of the matter/issue is that ...
-       It seems to me that ...
-       In my opinion/view ....
-       If you ask me ....
-       As far as I can see/I’m concerned ....
-       It seems to me that ....
-       I have the/a feeling that ....
-       I think/feel/reckon/believe ....
-       Well, I’d say ....
-       If you want my opinion ....
-       You can take it from me that ....
-       First of all/To start with I’d like to point out ...
-       What we have to decide is ....
-       There can be no doubt that ....
-       It’s a fact that ....
-       Nobody will deny that ....
-       The way/As I see it Everyone knows ....
-       Let me put it this/another way ....
-       Let’s get this clear (first) ....
-       Sorry to interrupt you, but ....
-       The point I’m trying to make is ....
-       Personally (speaking) I think ....
-       I’m absolutely convinced that ....
-       My view/point of view is that ....
-       The way I look at/see it is this What I actually meant was ....

Asking about or for an opinion

-       Could you tell me ....?
-       What do you think about/of ....?
-       What’s your opinion about ...?
-       Do you think/feel ....?
-       How do you feel about ....?
-       May I ask you ....?

Asking for an explanation

-       Could you explain to me ....?
-       Could someone please tell me ....?
-       Just tell me the reason why ....?
-       I don’t really understand ....?
-       I just don’t see why/what/how ....
-       Are you saying that ....?
-       What do you mean by that?
-       I beg your pardon?
-       I didn’t quite get that.
-       Excuse me, did you say that ....?

 Agreeing with an opinion

ü  Yes, I agree (absolutely).
ü  I couldn't agree more to what you just said.
ü  That matches exactly my own view.
ü  Yes, that is just how I see it.
ü  I absolutely hold the same view.
ü  We both share the same point of view.
ü  I (quite) agree.
ü  I agree completely/entirely.
ü  I couldn’t agree (with you) more.
ü  I entirely/completely agree with you on that.
ü  That’s true/right.
ü  That’s just it.
ü  Quite/Exactly/Precisely/Right/Certainly/Definitely.
ü  You’re quite/so right.
ü  I think so, too.
ü  I don’t think so either.
ü  That’s just my feeling/opinion.
ü  That’s just how I see it/feel about it, too.
ü  That’s a very good/important point.
ü  You’ve got a good point there.
ü  Yes, of course/definitely/absolutely
ü  Marvelous. That’s exactly what I mean/say.
ü  Yes, that’s obvious.
ü  That’s exactly how I see it.
ü  That’s what I think How very true.
ü  So do I/So am I Yes, indeed.
ü  I’m all in favor of what you’ve been saying.
  
Partly agreeing with an opinion

- I see what you mean, but ...
- There is certainly some truth in your words, but you fail to notice that ...
- I don't entirely agree with you.
- I understand your reasons; however, I see some aspects a bit differently.

Disagreeing with an opinion

- I'm afraid I can't accept ...
- I simply don't agree with you.
- I fail to see the logic behind any of your arguments.
- Your arguments are not convincing at all!
- Excuse me, but I have to contradict you quite strongly here.
- I couldn't disagree more with what you just said.

Interrupting

- I'm sorry to interrupt here, but ...
- Excuse for breaking in here right now, but ...
- Can I stop you there for a moment?
- Hold on a second. (informal)
- Pardon me, but I think this just leads the debate astray.

Focusing/Structuring

- I think we should focus on the main aspects now.
- Let's now consider another important aspect of today's debate.
- I think we have exchanged our opinions on that point now and should move on ...
- You all highlighted crucial aspects, but have we really discussed ... in-depth?
- Thank you for your honest/thought-provoking views, but we should also pay attention to ...

  Some other useful phrases for group discussions

  1. Giving an explanation
-       Look, it’s like this: What I mean is ....
-       The reason for this is ....
-       The main problem is ....
-       Just let me explain ....
-       Well, the reason is ....
-       Well, the thing is ....
-       Above all we must keep in mind that
  1. Qualified agreement
-       Yes, perhaps, but ....
-       Yes, possibly, although ....
-       Yes, but on the other hand ....
-       Yes, up to a point.
-       I agree up to a certain point, but ....
-       Yes, in a way.
-       Maybe, I suppose so.
-       Well, it depends.
-       I don’t think it’s as simple as that .....
-       I see what you mean, but I think that’s not the whole story
-       You may be right there.
-       Yes, but there’s also another aspect to consider
  1. Polite disagreement
-       I disagree (with you),
-       I’m afraid. No, I really can’t agree, I’m afraid.
-       I don’t quite agree there.
-       I’m not so certain/at all sure if that’s true/correct
-       I’m not (quite) so sure (really).
-       I’m sorry I can’t agree.
-       Do you really think so/believe that?
-       I’m not convinced that ....
-       Well, that’s one way of looking at it, (but)
-       Well, I have my doubts about that
-       You can’t really mean that.
-       You don’t really mean that, do you?
-       I wouldn’t say so.
-       I don’t think so.
-       I don’t think you’re right/that’s right.
-       Surely you don’t mean that?
-       I don’t want to argue with you, but ....
-       I can’t go all the way with you on that point.
-       Are you seriously suggesting that ...?
-       I have my problems with what you’re saying
  1. Strong disagreement
-       I doubt that very much
-       I think you got that wrong
-       You’re pulling my leg!
-       On the contrary! That doesn’t convince me at all.
-       You’re contradicting yourself.
-       I’ve never heard of such a thing.
-       You’re wrong, you know.
-       You can’t be serious! It’s not like that at all!
-       That’s not correct
-       You’re contradicting yourself
-       You don’t understand.
-       I’m afraid, I don’t think you quite understand.
-       I don’t think so, really! That’s not fair!
-       That’s out of the question I can’t believe that
-       I’m afraid I can’t accept your view, that ....
-       Do you really think that’s a good idea?
-       I’m afraid, I can’t agree with you there
-       Well, you would, wouldn’t you? Really?
-       Don’t be silly/stupid!
-       How stupid can you get?
-       What a silly/stupid thing to say!
-       That’s (simply) not true!
-       I don’t think, you can say ....
-       Surely you’re not serious, are you?
-       I doubt it/that very much
-       You can’t be serious!
-       Oh, come on, think about what you’ve just said!
-       I doubt if ...
-       I’ve got my doubts about that.
-       I don’t agree with you at all.
-       I disagree entirely/completely.
-       Oh, come on, you must be joking/kidding!
-       That’s out of the question
-       That’s not how I see it
-       It’s not as simple as that!
-       That’s no excuse I believe you’re mistaken
-       That doesn’t make sense to me
-       Let’s be sensible about this
-       You’re hopeless/wrong
-       You won’t listen to reason
-       I think you got that wrong
-       I’m not impressed For heaven’s sake!
-       Well that’s one way of looking at it, but
  1. Making a complaint
-       I can’t quite understand how/why
-       I’ve come to complain about ...
-       I’m disappointed with I’m fed up with ....
-       It really is terrible/ridiculous that
-       I’m sorry I have to say this, but ....
-       Forgive me for mentioning it, but ....
-       That’s what I want to know.
-       Do you realize that ....?
-       Are you aware that ....?
-       I’m disappointed to hear that.
-       What are you going to do about it?
-       Something ought to be done about it.
-       Look, I really must protest about ....
-       Can’t something be done to/about ....
6. Reacting to a complaint
-       I’m (awfully) sorry to hear that
-       Î really must apologize for this.
-       Well, there’s nothing we can do about that,
-       I’m afraid This isn’t my/our fault, you know.
-       What do you expect us/me to do?
-       I’ll find out what has happened
-       I’m sorry you should take it that way.

-       I'll see what I can do.

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