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  Next monday, I will begin my work in a Germany company operated in China. The work team will hold a greeting meeting for the newcomers. Usually what should I say in that situation - to give everyone a good impression. We use English as working ...
  How about: 'Good morning, my name is ***. I am very pleased to meet you and I look forward to working with you.'
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What do you say the photo of yourself on your ID card or attached on your CV.
  What is it called? As far as I know, it's just called a photo. Sometimes it is called a passport sized photo.
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Example: (1) The college students are from chemistry department and physical department. (2) The college students are from chemistry and physical department. (3) The college students are from chemistry and physical departments. Is sentence (1) ...
 Hello CAO,
I think you mean physics.
Chemistry and Physics.
The two branches of science.
Yes?
I would use:
The college students are from the chemistry and physics departments.
or
The college students are from the chemistry and the physics ...
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e.g., (1) I have 30 min (30 mins) to finish this work. (2) I have 2 CD (CDs). CD=Compact Disk Which one is correct? The one outside or inside the bracket?
  You would say:
I have 30 mins..
I have 2 CDs..
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I am hesitating at using "a wide choice of display options" or "wide choices of display options"... Which expression is correct and what is the general rule?
  Sorry if I don't answer your question directly, but I would simply say 'many display options'.
Maybe someone else can give you a more direct answer.
  That is not an individual problem. I am always not sure in these kinds of instances. Chinese is very different from English, at least in this point - "plural or not"?
  "a choice of options" - can pick one of a group of options.
"some choices of options" - can pick several of a group of options.
You could use "wide" to modify both of these phrases.
However, since a choice is often an aggregate of many little ...
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