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    #1

    proofread

    Hi there,
    Do it mean sense to say this:

    The management terminated this contract the other day.

    tks
    simon

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    Re: proofread

    Does it make sense? Yes, but "the other day" is probably too informal for written business English.

    Also, "this contract" means you are referring to one specific contract.

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    Re: proofread

    Quote Originally Posted by Munch View Post
    Does it make sense? Yes, but "the other day" is probably too informal for written business English.

    Also, "this contract" means you are referring to one specific contract.
    It would also be possible nowadays to drop the before management.

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