You're going to be away on business next week.
The most important mission on this trip is to get the order of D company.
Why don't you spend an extra day there?
I must go to Beijing to attend the meeting.
I will go on business next week.
I flew to New York on business.
She's away on a business trip and won't be back until next Sunday.
How did your business trip go?
A: I heard you will go on a business trip.
B: Yes. I must go to Shanghai to attend a meeting about our plan.
A: How long will you be away?
B: Six days or so.
A: Who will take your place?
B: Harry. He has been assisting me on the plan.
A: Good choice. He is competent for the position.
B: Yes. He is familiar with the plan.
go on a business trip去出差
attend a meeting参加一个会议
take one's place取代某人
be competent for能胜任
be familiar with...对...熟悉
be familiar with this neighborhood