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    #1

    sale

    Hi,

    1) We need to maintain the peak level sales this year.
    (Can 'sales' be singular? what is the difference?)

    thanks

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    #2

    Re: sale

    No, sales can't be singular in this case.

    Your sentence is OK, but you could even drop level. Also, I'm not sure the article the is needed.

    We need to maintain peak sales this year.

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