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    One of my colleages, He resigns and leaves the company, so I want to tell him this sentence as a farewell.
    "I am very much happy to meet you and be familiar with you and work with you".
    Is there any grammatical mistake in this sentence.
    Thank you.

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    edmondjanet, if you are looking for a friendly and professiopnal way to say goodbye, you could say something like: John, I have really enjoyed working with you! Best wishes for continued success with your new job/assignment/adventures!

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