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  1. wannaknow
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    Help in sentence required

    It offers sales and after sales services (bill payments, checking tyre pressure etc.)

    SHOULD IT BE SERVICES OR SERVICE i.e. AFTER SALES SERVICE?

    Also,

    Which is correct in the Queen's language, helpdesk or help desk?

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    Re: Help in sentence required

    Quote Originally Posted by wannaknow View Post

    SHOULD IT BE SERVICES OR SERVICE i.e. AFTER SALES SERVICE? Both - I have certainly heard and read both variations.



    Which is correct in the Queen's language, helpdesk or help desk?
    When I'm not sure I usually check the dictionary:
    help desk - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

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