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    supply and answer

    Hello,

    Could any one tell me if the following sentence is correct?

    "I will be more than happy to supply and answer any questions you have."

    or

    "I will be more than happy to supply them and answer any questions you have."

    Please let me know which one is correct.

    Thank you

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    Re: supply and answer

    Quote Originally Posted by idiotmike View Post
    Hello,

    Could any one tell me if the following sentence is correct?

    "I will be more than happy to supply and answer any questions you have."

    or

    "I will be more than happy to supply them and answer any questions you have."

    Please let me know which one is correct.

    Thank you
    What is the context?

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