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    Default Request for house furniture

    dear sir

    iam newly married, i want to bring my family.

    please arrange furniture as per my eligibility

    Thanks and regards

    g.naresh

    please give me a correct sentence for above subject

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    Default Re: Request for house furniture

    Quote Originally Posted by gurnar View Post
    Dear Sir,

    I am newly married, I want to bring my family. To where?

    Please arrange furniture as per my eligibility. Arrange furniture as per your eligibilty? What? Do you want the furniture laid out in a room/s? Do you want to order furniture?

    Thanks and regards,

    g.naresh If g.naresh is a shortened version of your name, then it should be: G. Naresh (The "." is optional)
    Please give me a correct sentence for above subject.
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    Default Re: Request for house furniture

    Quote Originally Posted by gurnar View Post
    dear sir

    iam newly married, i want to bring my family.

    please arrange furniture as per my eligibility

    Thanks and regards

    g.naresh

    please give me a correct sentence for above subject
    Welcome to the forums, gumar.
    The first thing to think about is correct capitalisation and punctuation. Correct those things and repost it.

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