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    Smile The card is usually accompanied by a small envelope with space for a message.

    The customer simply chooses a card and pays for it at the cash register. The card is usually accompanied by a small envelope with space for a message. The customer can write a few words on the envelope, enclose the card and present it to someone as a gift.


    Does "with space for a message" equate "with room for a few words?"
    Could I use "include the card or put the card in" to replace "enclose the card?" Thanks.


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    Re: The card is usually accompanied by a small envelope with space for a message.

    Yes and Yes

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    Re: The card is usually accompanied by a small envelope with space for a message.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Yes and Yes
    Angli,

    Yes and yes is correct but I prefer the original: 'The customer can write a few words on the envelope, enclose the card and present it to someone as a gift.'

    Cheers,
    Amigos4



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