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    #1

    party

    Dear Raja,

    Mr. Taj is arranging a get together at his residence. He gave me the responsibilty to invite all of you. Please make it conviniety to come and celebrate my birthday party as well . It party is scheduled on next Sunday.

    Taj and I are waiting for you at his residence.

    Is this correct or not??

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    #2

    Re: party

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    Dear Raja,

    Mr. Taj is arranging a get together at his residence. He gave me the responsibility to(of) invite(inviting) all of you. Please make it conveniently(I say, please feel free to come) to come and celebrate my birthday party as well. The party is(will) scheduled on(for) next Sunday.

    Taj and I are( We'll be) waiting for you at his residence.

    Is this correct or not??
    Only some minor grammatical problem
    Last edited by georgemartin22; 06-Sep-2010 at 19:42.

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