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Your boss is extremely busy in a meeting and has asked not to be disturbed. What should you say or ask of callers? A. "Mr. Johnson is in conference. May I help you " B. "May I ask who is calling, please " C. "Who is this " D. "Mr. Johnson is out of the office."
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Your boss is extremely busy in a meeting and has asked not to be disturbed. You should say, "Mrs. Johnson is in conference. May I help you "
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