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    bosun is offline Senior Member
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    Smile running well or running fine?( urgent !!!)

    Please if you find any mistakes, could you mark and change them for me?
    1. The new web service is running well.( running fine?? which one sounds better?
    2. I am looking forward to your reply conceing my inquiry of June 3.
    3.My department has been working on serious damage( or problems?) after we exported products overseas.
    4. It was a life or death situation for our company to deal with. Hopefully you will understand this whole abrupt situation we were in.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: running well or running fine?( urgent !!!)

    1 I'd use 'well', though 'fine' works
    2 concerning
    3 problems or damage to products we exported (no need for 'overseas')
    4 abrupt- unexpected??

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