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    Is this corect? I am so pleased to hear

    hi good day

    please help me correct this, which one is most correct?

    I am so please to hear that you are in need of a college instructor..

    I am so pleased to hear that you are in need of a college instructor. . .


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    Re: Is this corect? I am so pleased to hear

    pleased is correct

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    Re: Is this corect? I am so pleased to hear

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottspur View Post
    pleased is correct
    Second!

    Normally we say ' I am pleased'....

    If you are pleased, you are happy about something or satisfied with something.

    Felicity seemed pleased at the suggestion...

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