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    Started to receive

    “We have started to receive most of the information from the client” Is this sentence grammatically correct? Meaning we have most of the information at hand.
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    I can find from…

    There were files which I found from the server. The files were then sent to another person.
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    I can find from…

    “Kindly find attached files which I can find from the server.” Is this sentence grammatically correct? Thanks
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    Kindly advise in this regard

    For example there is a long email trail and you need the other person to advise on the question posed
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    Kindly advise in this regard

    Hi, “Kindly advise in this regard.” Is the above sentence correct?
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    A healthy and prosperous life

    1. They are doing this so the kids can have a healthy and prosperous life. 2. They are doing this so the kids can have a healthy and a prosperous life. Are both sentences grammatically correct? In the TV show I was watching, they said the “a” before prosperous is necessary for it to be correct.
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    Just you rest now

    Are both sentences grammatically correct? 1. Just you rest now. 2. You just rest now.
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    Credit Card named after

    Hi, Is it grammatically correct to say 1. The credit card was named after Dave. 2. The card was named after Dave. Thanks
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    For your sign-off please

    In the phrase, for your “sign-off” please. Is “sign off” a noun or verb here? What is the difference with sign off or sign-off and which one is correct in “For your sign off please”? Thanks
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    This is in continuation of the last discussion

    This is in continuation of the last discussion. Is this sentence grammatically correct? Thanks
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    Reclass or reclassified

    Is reclass an actual word or is it a slang for reclassified? Thanks
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    I will make sure to ask her first before doing anything.

    1. I will make sure to ask her first before doing anything. 2. 1. I will make sure that I will ask her first before doing anything. Are both sentences grammatically correct?
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    On vs in

    1. He became a dictator to quell social unrest on Cuba. 2. He became a dictator to quell social unrest in Cuba. Are both sentences grammatically correct?
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    He taught us to drum

    Is this sentence grammatically correct? He taught us to drum.
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    Kindly confirm your availability for the call

    Kindly confirm your availability for the call. Does the above sentence mean there should be a schedule for the call? Can it be used when you’re asking when someone is available for the call? Thanks
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