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    I often see these sentences: Is it correct to put "as to" after "advise"

    (1) "Kindly advise as to when we can receive your documents".

    (2) "Kindly advise when we can receive your documents"

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    Default Re: As to?

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    I often see these sentences: Is it correct to put "as to" after "advise"

    (1) "Kindly advise as to when we can receive your documents".

    (2) "Kindly advise when we can receive your documents"
    Yes, it's fine.

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