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I tried to call Mary but no one answer the phone. Then I called Jack who is sitting in front of her. Is the following conversation correct

ME: " Hi Jack, is Winnie there."

JACK: "No, She is not around."

ME: "Then, did she back office this morning"

JACK: "Yes, she did"

ME: "Can you ask her to call me back"

JACK: "SURE"
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hkqqThen, did she back office this morning
This part doesn't make sense. Are you sure this is what you meant to write here?
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Did she come back to work today? Did she come back to the office today?

Is she still on leave?
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Hi Teacher, I want to know if she is in office or on leave. Which one is better in the conversation?

"Then, did she come back office this morning?"

"Then, does she on leave today?"
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