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Is it correct or needs some corrections.
I phoned Dr. John to inquire about the health of Mrs. Tania and her operation date. I am surprised to know that the Dr.John has not met her personally nor has given any time frame for her operation. However he met her niece yesterday.Her nice showed him the medical report of her ant and informed that her ant is out of town and will be available for her check up in a few days.
Last edited by meobeo; 09-Aug-2010 at 13:06.
Thanks It is really helpful for me.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 09-Aug-2010 at 14:13. Reason: Typo
Just a side note: In the US (and I believe in the UK as well) we don't usually use titles and first names.
If the doctor's name is John Smith, he is Dr. Smith, not Dr. John. (There are exceptions to this: a children's doctor might be called "Dr. Mary" to make it friendlier for children.)
If the patient's name is Tania Jones, she is Ms. Jones or Mrs. Jones, not Mrs. Tania. (Again, exceptions do exist. But it's not the norm.)
If this is the standard where you live, that's fine, but it's something I thought you should be aware of.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.