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    Which sentence is correct?

    As the item was not supplied, please ask the supplier to supply the item immediately / Since the item was not supplied, please ask the supplier to supply it immediately / As they did not supply the above item, please ask them to supply it immediately.

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    Re: Which sentence is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by MAJSH View Post
    As the item was not supplied, please ask the supplier to supply the item immediately / Since the item was not supplied, please ask the supplier to supply it immediately / As they did not supply the above item, please ask them to supply it immediately.
    They all mean basically the same thing, and are correct.
    A native speaker probably wouldn't use "supply" and its derivatives three times in such a short sentence though.

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