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    Which is right?

    Which is right here:

    I have the honour of forwarding a congratulatory letter to you.
    I have the honour of forwarding to you a congratulatory letter.

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    Re: Which is right?

    [quote=kaouther;188465]Which is right here:

    I have the honour of forwarding a congratulatory letter to you.
    I have the honour of forwarding to you a congratulatory letter.

    Your second sentence will be correct if you miss "to" after forwarding.
    I have the honour of forwarding you a congratulatory letter. And this sentence is better.


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    Re: Which is right?

    [quote=Harry Smith;188468]
    Quote Originally Posted by kaouther View Post
    Which is right here:

    I have the honour of forwarding a congratulatory letter to you.
    I have the honour of forwarding to you a congratulatory letter.

    Your second sentence will be correct if you miss "to" after forwarding.
    I have the honour of forwarding you a congratulatory letter. And this sentence is better.
    What about:
    I have the honour in forwarding you a congratulatory letter.

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    Re: Which is right?

    [quote=kaouther;188470]
    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    What about:
    I have the honour in forwarding you a congratulatory letter.
    I usually use "have the honour of doing smth."

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