-New member of staff 2-

At work New member of staff 2
Let me introduce you to some of the staff. Permettimi di presentarti a una parte dello staff.
This is Martin, who you'll be working with on certain projects. Ti presento Martin con il quale lavorerai ad alcuni progetti.
Good to meet you Martin, my name's John. Piacere di conoscerti Martin, sono John.
Pleased to meet you, John. Piacere di conoscerti, John.
Could you show Martin around for me? Ti dispiacerebbe fare da guida a Martin al posto mio?
I'll give you a tour of the office. Ti faccio fare il giro dell'ufficio.
What do you think of it so far? Cosa ne pensi fino ad ora?
You won't have any trouble settling in. Non avrai problemi ad ambientarti.
You'll find that people are very welcoming. Vedrai che sono tutti molto amichevoli.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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