English Grammar


"Donna will be working Fridays from the corner office"

Hi everybody !
In the last lesson I have studied (the doctor is in), Bruno says "Donna will be working Fridays FROM the corner office".
I understand that Donna will work IN the corner office. I wasn't able to understand the use of FROM in this sentence.
Can somebody explain it to me ?
Thanks !
Michouette

1 comments

  • Hello,
    I understand that "the corner office" is not where she is usually working. For instance, she sends emails from another place.
    Imagine that you send your accomplished daywork every afternoon in a parcel to your employeur, you would do it from your office,
    not in your office...

    However, for any translation I'd have used the word in, too :(

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