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Did you put in a direct deposit?
I will change the schedule and add you on.
Don’t change the fryer oil, please.
3 sliced and the rest cut.
Tomorrow, we’re organizing the walk-in.
The word “done” is common in kitchens but tricky to pick up on if English isn’t your first language. Try to use “complete” instead. It’s similar in English, Spanish and French. That means your team will catch what you’re saying more quickly.
Ok, this tip is…complete.
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