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    Sending email

    This is about lost baggage.

    "Please be inform Capt Leonilo/Orozco is still waiting for an advise for their
    claim baggage reportedly last year."

    Please correct me if there are wrong grammar.

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    Re: Sending email

    Quote Originally Posted by jhongboy View Post
    This is about lost baggage.

    "Please be inform Capt Leonilo/Orozco is still waiting for an advise for their
    claim baggage reportedly last year."

    Please correct me if there are wrong grammar.
    Please be informed that Capt Leonilo Orozco is still waiting for information about his lost baggage claim which he reported last year.

    I don't know why you used "Capt Leonilo/Orozco" - in written English, that appears that the person has two possible names - they might be Capt Leonilo or they might be Capt Orozco. I have assumed it is a Spanish name and that these are the two family names. I have also assumed the Captain is male. If that's not the case, then change "his" to "her" and "he" to "she" in my version.

    Note that "advise" is a verb. "Advice" is the noun, but we don't use it in the singular and "information" was a better noun in this example.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: Sending email

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