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    Vlad4 Guest

    Question Confusion

    Hello,

    Can I say 'There had been a little confusion with my job applicaton' or 'I had been confused with my job applicaton'

    I forgot to enter some details and the employers emailed me asking for them. Can I use any of the senteces above?

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Confusion

    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad4 View Post
    Hello,

    Can I say 'There had been a little confusion with my job applicaton' or 'I had been confused with my job applicaton'

    I forgot to enter some details and the employers emailed me asking for them. Can I use any of the senteces above?

    Thanks in advance

    An apology along the lines of "I am sorry to have omitted the attached details in my original application. This was an oversight on my part." should be adequate.

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