Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) continue with an activity or task
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carry on as usual
To carry on with something means to continue with it. You might ‘carry on’ with your work, ‘carry on’ with a program or plan or ask someone if you should ‘carry on’ with what you are doing. This is a common expression used in social and professional contexts.
Social Examples (Basic)
The University moved quickly to dismiss rumours that the bad weather would delay the exams and urged students to carry on as usual unless told otherwise.
I don't think I want to carry on studying maths I find science to be much more exciting.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Sorry, I need to leave the meeting to make an urgent phone call. Please feel free to carry on without me as I may be quite some time.
The work you are doing on the conceptual side of the project is excellent, so I'd like you to carry on with that while I get on with sourcing prospective clients.
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