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    Dear Friends, Help require in Clarification…

    I have sent an appreciation mail to the team which works for me and I wanted to share my feedback about the improvement of the team. Hence I have stated the below sentence in my mail to let my immediate reporting manage know.

    As a QCer for our work setup, I would like to share my concern to you that I am appreciating the E&C team's efforts put in to understand the process in a very short period and showed their improvement day by day.

    Dear friends, could you please read the sentence let me know whether the sentence making sense or not..? Especially the word "concern" used by me is correct or not.

    Thank you!

    SaranSNSK

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    Re: Dear Friends, Help require in Clarification…

    No. 'Concern' means 'worry'.

    As a QCer for our work setup, I would like to express my appreciation of the E&C team's efforts put in to understand the process in a very short period of time. You have all shown a daily improvement. Well done everybody!
    Rover

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    Re: Dear Friends, Help require in Clarification…

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    No. 'Concern' means 'worry'.



    Rover
    Hi Rover,

    Thanks very much for the clarification.

    So, If we wanted to share our good feedbacks we should not use the word "concern".

    Thanks again.

    Regards,
    SaranSNSK

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    Re: Dear Friends, Help require in Clarification…

    No.

    You'd be concerned if they weren't trying hard enough.

    Rover

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