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    shankarnk Guest

    Default Usage of 'It's better'

    Hi,

    I would like to know when to use "It's better" and when not to use it. can we use it in emails which are sent to our subordinates?

    For example:

    Itís better if you can provide me the navigation or screen shots how the client got the emails.

    Is the above sentence right or wrong. I mean is it indecent to write like that.

    Thank you
    uma

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    Default Re: Usage of 'It's better'

    I wouldn't; it still sounds a bit pushy to me. I'd just say 'could/can you provide me' or 'please provide me'.

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