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    Default Day to day sentences

    Hi,
    English is my second language, but I am working in Australia. The following are the some sentences which I use at work; Please corrects them if I made any mistakes.

    Key dependencies have categorised based on their Rag status and Deadline.

    Dependencies that are flagged as blue and deadline dates have been overdue are categorised as key dependencies.

    Project releases need to be plan based on business benefits, which means which releases add the greatest value to business, and risks.

    Please submit your artefacts by Monday at 3.00pm.

    I have copied invoice to the network drive.

    Thanks

    They told me that they would fixed the issue by 10th of March which now a month ago.

    They told me that they would fix the issue by last month.

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    Default Re: Day to day sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by english_learn View Post
    Hi,
    English is my second language, but I am working in Australia. The following are the some sentences which I use at work. Please corrects them if I made any mistakes.

    Key dependencies have categorised based on their Rag status and Deadline.

    Dependencies that are flagged as blue and deadline dates have been overdue are categorised as key dependencies.

    Project releases need to be plan based on business benefits, which means which releases add the greatest value to business, and risks.

    Please submit your artefacts by Monday at 3.00pm. That's fine.

    I have copied the invoice(s) to the network drive.

    Thanks.

    They told me that they would fixed the issue by 10th of March. which now a month ago.
    We are now a month past that date.
    They told me that they would fix the issue by last month. That's OK though you might want to specify at what point of last month it should have been fixed: by the beginning of last month, by the end of last month, etc.
    I have not commented on your first three sentences because without a good understanding of your job and the terminology used, it's impossible to say whether they're correct or not.

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    Many thanks

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