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what time do you clock off? #1 (permalink) Sun Sep 18, 2011 22:21 pm   what time do you clock off?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #78 "Tick Tock", question 7

When do you finish work or more exactly what time do you clock .........?

(a) over
(b) off
(c) through
(d) in

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #78 "Tick Tock", answer 7

When do you finish work or more exactly what time do you clock off?

Correct answer: (b) off
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When do you finish work or more exactly what time do you clock off.

When I finished work in the factory where I used to work I had to clock off before leaving the building.
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what time do you clock off? #2 (permalink) Mon Sep 19, 2011 14:31 pm   what time do you clock off?
 

Or 'clock out'.
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what time do you clock off? #3 (permalink) Mon Sep 19, 2011 15:11 pm   what time do you clock off?
 

Many thanks for your help Mister Micauber's.
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