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    Which sentence is much appropriate



    Hi All,

    Which sentence is much appropriate?

    1. Your kind Cooperation will be highly appreciated.

    2. Your kind Cooperation is highly appreciated.

    Regards,
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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Why do you think "co-operation" should be capitalised?
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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    The word 'much' is wrong.

    Can you think of the correct word to use when you are comparing two things?

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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Ok thanks, so your suggestion its better if I write "co-operation" not cooperation.

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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Quote Originally Posted by abir999999 View Post
    Ok thanks, so your suggestion its better if I write "co-operation" not cooperation.
    Yes, add the hyphen. However, I asked you why you had capitalised​ it in your first post.
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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    The word 'much' is wrong.

    Can you think of the correct word to use when you are comparing two things?
    Is it "more"?

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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Yes, add the hyphen. However, I asked you why you had capitalised​ it in your first post.
    Because lack of knowledge in English. I'm trying to improve. Thanks.

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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Quote Originally Posted by abir999999 View Post

    Hi All,

    Which sentence is much appropriate?

    1. Your kind Cooperation will be highly appreciated.

    2. Your kind Cooperation is highly appreciated.

    Regards,
    Abir
    If your correspondent has agreed to cooperate, 1 is appropriate.
    If your correspondent is already cooperating, 2 is better.
    If your correspondent has made no commitment to cooperation, I'd consider using "would be highly appreciated".

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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    Thank you.

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    Re: Which sentence is much appropriate

    We capitalise:

    - The first letter of every sentence.
    - The word "I" (first person singular).
    - Proper nouns (also known as "proper names") such as English, London, Australia, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the World Health Organisation.
    - The first word of a complete sentence if it is contained in quotation marks.
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