Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Workplace"

The meaning of "Workplace" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does respectful workplace environment mean?
A: Thank you very much!
Q: What does workplace romance mean?
A: Romance at your job
Q: What does workplace mean?
A: Where someone’s job is, like an office or a store.
Q: What does organizing the workplace mean?
A: Cleaning up and tidying the place where you work

Example sentences using "Workplace"

Q: Please show me example sentences with a friendly workplace.
A: I like to be in a friendly workplace where colleagues are always ready to give advice and help with problems.

Synonyms of "Workplace" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in the workplace and at the workplace ?
A: There is no real difference in meaning, but you will almost always hear "at the workplace" as it sounds a bit more natural.
Q: What is the difference between workplace and workstation ?
A: Workplace can be used in place of workstation

Workplace is usually used in a larger sense of the facility or building you work in.

Workstation is more specific. The desk or area within the workplace that you work at.


I arrived at my workplace (building) and walked to my workstation (place where I work)

Hope this helps. Good luck!
Q: What is the difference between in workplace and in workplaces ?
A: first one is correct

Translations of "Workplace"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I use English at my workplace.
Sounds natural?
A: "I use English at work." Sounds more natural.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? on the workplace or in the workplace
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to say workplace located at height? Workplace at height??
A: 잘 이해하지 못 해요. 한국어로 하면 도와 줘 볼게요.

Other questions about "Workplace"

Q: I want to adjust to the new workplace as soon as possible. does this sound natural?
A: We don't really say "new workplace." "Workplace" is fine.
Q: How can I ask when a workplace closes?
A: When does this Store close?
What time are you open until?
What time do you close?
When are you closing?
Q: ❤️Culture of the workplace
There is a true blue Aussie culture in his organisation such as bogan slang or Occa. At first, those who came from other countries have trouble to understand those English. Eventually, they are able to understand it. On the other hand, Australian try to speak natural English for the colleagues because to communicate accurately is important when people are working. does this sound natural?
A: "communicate accurately" is a verb phrase, so it's like the する version.

"accurate communication" is a noun phrase, so it's like the ことversion.

I think the best way to say it would be...

"...because it is important to communicate naturally..."
Q: I've recently been at my workplace at around 9 and studied upstairs until at 10. but today I went there at 10 because 10 o'clock is my working time. does this sound natural?
A: That's OK. You can say any of those phrases.

This is slightly more fluent...

I've recently been at work by around 9 and studied upstairs until 10, but today I went in at 10 because that's my working time.

~that's when I start work.
~that's when I clock on.
~that's when my work starts.
Q: I'm living far from my workplace, so my commute takes lots of time. But I can see the beautiful sea on my way to work. does this sound natural?
A: It's natural, except for the fact that you have to keep tenses constant. "I'm living" should become "I live", since the rest isn't in progressive. Also, "takes lots" should either become "takes me a lot" or "takes me lots". The second is more casual.

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