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    easy learner Guest

    Default business email

    Dear Teachers,

    we are in receipt in the following text taken from a business email
    here means that we have received your order or we are still not received
    your order I am a little bit confused about the right meaning.


    Dear Sirs,

    We are in receipt of your order as contained in the attached puchase
    order form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easy learner
    Dear Teachers,

    we are in receipt in the following text taken from a business email
    here means that we have received your order or we are still not received
    your order I am a little bit confused about the right meaning.


    Dear Sirs,

    We are in receipt of your order as contained in the attached puchase
    order form.
    Are you trying to say - we received your order on the attached purchase order form?

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