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    I was writing a letter. Should I have written; I apologize for any inconveniences that may cause you due to my resignation or I apologize for any inconvenience that may cause you due to my resignation. Which is the correct one?

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    Default Re: inconveniences or inconvenience

    Quote Originally Posted by james_chew_84
    I was writing a letter. Should I have written; I apologize for any inconveniences that may cause you due to my resignation or I apologize for any inconvenience that may cause you due to my resignation. Which is the correct one?

    Dear
    The second sentence is correct, apologize for any inconvenience..

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