Talking to the employees of the company you are visiting is very different than talking to employees. Basically, you have to be polite and formal when dealing with them. 和你访问的公司的员工交谈与和自己的员工交谈有很大的不同。通常地，在处理这些问题时，你必须要有礼貌而且正式
"Hi Mark, I'm Alex from ABC Consulting. It's nice to meet you."
During this stage, you might be engaged in small talk such as how your flight was or how the weather is over in your city, but if not, then you can get straight to work. You might need to know where you will be working. Only ask this if they never tell you. But chances are, they will let you know before you ask. 在这种情况下，你可能会跟人闲聊，比如你的航班怎么样，或者你所在城市的天气如何，但如果不是，那么你就可以直接工作。你可能需要知道你要在哪里工作，如果他们不说就只问这个问题，但很有可能，他们会在你问之前让你知道。
"Where will I be working this week?"
"Where is your office located?"
"Is your office relatively close to where I will be working?"
You might need to ask who you will be working with. But again, don't ask this too early, you should give them a chance to answer.
"Who will I be working with this week?"
These previous questions should only be used in rare cases the other person doesn't tell you. The next couple of sentences are more likely. 这些之前的问题只在极少数情况其他人不告诉你的情况下使用，接下来的几个句子更有可能。
"Who should I contact if I have a question regarding inaccurate data?"
"Who should I contact if I have a question with this type of problem?"
"I am going to be calling my manager frequently with critical updates. What phone should I use?"
"How long does it take to get to the airport from here?"
"How bad is the traffic around this time to the airport?"
"Where is the closest place to eat around here?"
"Is there a fast food restaurant near by?"
"Does this building have a cafeteria?"
"Do you have a cafeteria close by?"