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    Good sales!

    Hello there!

    I've got a friend who works in a commercial department. Is it ok, at the end of the conversatoin, to wish him good sales? If it's not, could you please tell me what would be proper in this context?

    Cheers,
    Tito

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    Re: Good sales!

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoBr View Post
    Hello there!

    I've got a friend who works in a commercial department. Is it ok, at the end of the conversatoin, to wish him good sales? If it's not, could you please tell me what would be proper in this context?

    Cheers,
    Tito
    "Good luck with your sales" would be more common.

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    Re: Good sales!

    Note that when we us the two-letter version of "okay", we capitalise it - it's "OK".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: Good sales!

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoBr View Post
    I've got a friend who works in a commercial department. Is it ok, at the end of the conversatoin, to wish him good sales? If it's not, could you please tell me what would be proper in this context?
    It's not a standard version, but the meaning is clear in the context so it could work between you and your friend. Mike's version is a more common one.

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    Re: Good sales!

    I know that I'm just supposed to mark 'Like' if I'm grateful for some answer. But I really liked yours, so.. Thank you very much!

    Have a nice week,
    Tito

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    Re: Good sales!

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoBr View Post
    I know that I'm just supposed to mark 'Like' if I'm grateful for some answer. But I really liked yours, so.. Thank you very much!
    We understand your desire to thank Tdol, TitoBr, but it means that people will come into the thread expecting something new and find just your thanks. Honestly, a 'like' is sufficient - and it saves wasting other people's time.
    Last edited by 5jj; 30-Jan-2014 at 00:06. Reason: fomatting

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