Are the following sentences natural to a native ear?
1. Just wondering what happened to my last query ?
I am just wondering what happened to/with my previous enquiry. (No question mark required.)
2. If an announced venture falls apart, the participants
ofin the investment pool get their money back as the company doesn't need the money any more.
3. Can you not find the description in the previous report? ( Is this considered as a polite expression?)
I don't see this as polite or impolite though if you want to be more polite, you could say "The description you are looking for is in the previous report. Please let me know if you are unable to find it."
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