Delete words in brackets. Use alternate wotds such as retorts, sobriety etc.A man enters the sales office of a newly constructed building, a lady at the receptionist desk asks him, ‘Hello sir, how can (may) I help you?’ ‘I want to see the sales executive,’ replies man. ‘Sure, please have your (a) sit, you shall be attended shortly’ utters the lady with a smile. The man makes himself comfortable on the sofa, soon he sees a man in black with a towering personality, approaching him. Adjusting his tie the sales executive says, ‘hello, Mr. Mark.. how are you/(Mr. Mark) what brings you here’, the man/sales executive continued. ‘Let’s go to my cabin Mr. Mark.’ ‘Sure,’ and he follows him to his cabin. ‘Please take a sit, shall I order tea or coffee for you.’ No thanks,’ comes back reply instantly. The sales executive opens the drawer, takes out a brochure, (and) spreads it open on the table and starts describing the flat’s lay-out and all other details. ‘I am not here to buy a flat, but the (a) whole wing,’ the man says/retorts with a great attitude/ sobriety in its tone, as if he is buying a whole city. An air of stillness surrounded the sales executive and then he says, ‘you want to buy the whole wing!’ the voice filled with a sudden bewilderedness. ‘Yes you have (r) heard it right, and (so) you also provide (a) financial assistance, if I am not wrong?’ the man asks. ‘yes, but what would you mortgage for the loan? Enquiries the sales executive. “The whole wing, which I brought a moment before.” responds the man.
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