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  1. Navstrike
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    Be Requested

    I would like to ask if the below sentences are wrong. Please prove these sentence technically/gramatically wrong.

    "Please be requested to bring relevant documents in the nearby Office."

    Point of focus should be "be requested".

    Secondly, can i use "Herebelow"?
    For Example "As per the email herebelow, ..............."

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    Re: Be Requested

    Quote Originally Posted by Navstrike View Post
    I would like to ask if the below sentences are wrong. Please prove these sentence technically/gramatically wrong.

    "Please be requested to bring relevant documents in the nearby Office."

    Point of focus should be "be requested".

    Secondly, can i use "Herebelow"?
    For Example "As per the email herebelow, ..............."
    This looks like a homework assignment, we don't do those. I will tell you one thing though, "here" and "below" are seperate words.


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    Re: Be Requested

    hi bhaisahab,

    Let me clear you that i am not a student. Its almost more than 5 years that i am out of this thing. I would still request that you help me out regarding "be requested".

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    Re: Be Requested

    Quote Originally Posted by navstrike View Post
    hi bhaisahab,

    Let me clear you that i am not a student. Its almost more than 5 years that i am out of this thing. I would still request that you help me out regarding "be requested".
    You are a native speaker, what do you think your sentence means? If you are asking someone to bring documents to an office, there are simpler and more straightforward ways of doing so: "Please bring the relevant documents to the nearest office", for example. If you want to use the verb "to be" and the word "requested" "You could say "You are requested to bring..." or "It is requested that you bring..."


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    Re: Be Requested

    Sir, Problem is still the same. If i have to stop someone from using "please be requested" i have to prove it wrong. So again my question is the same.
    Waiting for your reply.

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