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    Lightbulb Formal Email

    Background: We are writing an official email, in which we want to invite some subject matter experts to provide us time for a telephone discussion for a study/survey.

    Taking into account the above context, out of the 2 sentences provided below, which is more appropriate and why?

    This study will be conducted during the period July 1-25, 2013.

    This study will run from June 1-25th, 2013.

    Can there be any other better ways to writing the same sentence conveying the same meaning?

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    I would say "will be conducted from July 1-25."

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