Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) casually or unexpectedly visit someone or deliver something somewhere
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drop in for a chat
If you 'drop in' on someone you visit someone or go to a place without having prior arrangements. This phrasal verb is similar in meaning to 'drop by'. To 'drop in' is a casual short visit to someone where they work, live or are staying.
Social Examples (Basic)
Feel free to drop in for a chat if you're ever in the neigbourhood. I'd love to see you.
I dropped in on John on my way to the shops yesterday. He seemed to be in great form.
Professional Examples (Basic)
I went to the office today and dropped in my CV. They said they would review it in the next few days.
If you have any issues with our product, please drop in a message to our customer service team and they will get back to you as soon as possible.
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