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    Smile Knowing areas?

    I would be thankful if somebody would correct my sentence or give some polite words instead of mine.

    1) It would be fine if you let me know a person for interview communication. That will help me to face if there is any difficulty in finding the address or to know any changes in the appointments.

    2) Though I am new to this country,...and .are my most knowing areas. Therefore Wherever I want go, I will be getting down this area first and get a bus from here. Do you have any idea of bus routes to your office from these areas?.

    Thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by sureshfina View Post
    I would be thankful if somebody would correct my sentence or give some polite words instead of mine.

    1) It would be helpful if you let me know a person to contact about interviews. That will help me if there is any difficulty in finding the address or to find out about any changes in the vacancies.

    2) Though I am new to this country,……...and ….are my best known areas. Therefore wherever I want go somewhere, I will go to one of these areas first and get a bus from there. Do you have any idea of bus routes to your office from these areas?

    Thanks a lot
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    Smile Re: Knowing areas?

    thanks for correct my sentence, still i m having a problem in my conversation,

    the first one is the conversation between a person from an office and the candidate. what i mean is we get a first interview call from a company after applied there. they usually tell the interview date and the address of the company. this conversation is to know further detail about that particular interview. But now i think i have a got a correct sentence from you.


    hence I will try to make it.

    It would be helpful if you let me know a person for further communication. That will help me if there is any difficulty in finding the address or to to know any changes in the appointments.

    is it right?

    thanks a lot

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    Default Re: Knowing areas?

    In that case the first sentence will be better as:

    It would be helpful if you can give me the name of the person to contact for further information.

    In the second sentence, it is better to say "to find out about any changes" than "to know..."

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    Smile Re: Knowing areas?

    thanks a lot. Now i have corrected my sentence

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