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Y ou're going on v acation. Y ou want to leav e a message on y our e-mail that lets people know that y ou're not at work. Y ou write this in y our out-of-office message. I will be out of the office for the week of Decem ber 27, with lim ited access to e-m ail.
I will be out of the office
This is the standard ex pression to write in an e-mail "outof-office" message: I w ill be out of the office. Y ou don't usually use "will" to talk about y our future actions, but in more formal English y ou can. In more casual situations it's more common to use "going to". For ex ample, if y ou tell a coworker about y our v acation, a good way to ex plain it is: I'm going to be out of the office next w eek.
the week of (date)
When y ou need to refer to a specific week, y ou can pick a day that falls during that week, and call it "the week of (that date)": I think w e're coming the w eek of June 4th. Usually y ou use the first day of the week (Monday ) as the date in this ex pression. But y ou can also use other day s of the week. If y ou only remember one date during that week, y ou can use that date, whether it's the first day of the week or not.
limited access to (something)
When something is "limited", it means that y ou can't get a lot of it. For ex ample: Money is limited these days.
. there's a way. Once you’re done with whatever you're work.This means that y ou don't hav e much money . At my w ork. « Next Lesson “Don’t feel obligated to stay late.” Previous Lesson » “You know what they say: where there's a will.. They block a lot of sites that don't have a clear business purpose. w e only have limited access to the Internet. "Limited access to ___" means that y ou aren't able to see or use something v ery much: The money is going to help families w ho have limited access to safe drinking w ater and medical care.” .