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English Phrases for Receptionists - Inglês para Recepcionistas

Aqui tem uma lista das frases mais úteis para o uso na recepção de estrangeiros em prédios comerciais
by Christa Maas

Good morning

Bom dia
Good afternoon

Boa tarde
Good evening

Boa noite (18:00 horas)
Good bye

Até logo
You are welcome

De nada
How may I help you?

Como posso ajudar você?
Which company?

Qual empresa?
Do you have any identification?  (passport)
Você têm alguma identificação (passaporte)?

Just a moment, please.
Só um momento por favor.

It´s on the seventh floor.
It´s on the fourteenth floor.
Fica no sétimo andar.
Fica no décimo - quarto andar.

Please, go through the turn-stile.
Por favor, passe pela catraca.

The elevators are in the back on the left.

Os elevadores ficam no fundo, do lado esquerdo.











First floor 1° andar

Eighth floor 8° andar

Second floor 2° andar

Ninth floor 9° andar

Third floor 3° andar

Tenth floor 10° andar
Fourth floor 4° andar

Eleventh floor 11° andar
Fifth floor 5° andar

Twelfth floor 12° andar

Sixth floor 6° andar

Thirteenth floor 13° andar

Seventh floor 7° andar

Fourteenth floor 14° andar


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