-New member of staff 1-

At work New member of staff 1
A new guy's starting work tomorrow. Domani comincia a lavorare uno nuovo.
He'll be working in this office. Lavorerà in questo ufficio.
What time is he starting? A che ora comincia?
He's starting at 8.30. Comincia alle 8:30.
He's taking over from Ray. Subentra al posto di Ray.
What's he like? Com'è?
He seemed very good in the interview. È sembrato molto bravo al colloquio.
He's got an impressive CV and a fair bit of experience. Ha un ottimo curriculum e ha una discreta esperienza.
I look forward to meeting him. Non vedo l'ora di conoscerlo.
He's moving down from Newcastle just to come and work here. Si trasferisce da Newcastle proprio per venire a lavorare qui.

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