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Office speak true and false

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Checking understanding.

Are these sentences true or false?

The writer generally approves of office jargon.

The writer believes that office catchphrases have always been boring and meaningless.

All the office catchphrases mentioned int he article have been overused, according to the author.

Office jargon is used to impress and confuse.

The writer believes that technologyhas made office life exciting.