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Do I Tell This Place Where I Am Going For A Trial I Need Next Week Off?
I am going for a trial on Wednesday and I'm on leave from my current job as I had leave to take and haven't had time off since I started. Do I tell them also I got my theory next Monday
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abbey, you say:
I'm on leave from my current job as I had leave to take and haven't had time off since I started.
Do you mean you're on leave from HB? I thought that was unpaid leave- you've only been there a few weeks.
If your theory test is on 20th tell the care home where your trial is that you can't start until the following day or week.
NAOMI, this from Dictionaries of the Scots Language
1. With days of the week or months of the year: the next but one, the one succeeding the first to come, gen. contrasted with First, q.v., or this — (comin), e.g. a speaker on Monday, 10 August 1964, will say Friday first to indicate 14 August and Friday next to indicate 21st August, or this October (comin) for October, 1964 and next October for October, 1965. Gen.Sc. The St. Eng. usage is however also in gen. currency and only the context will sometimes determine the exact meaning."