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    in perspective

    I want to ask if someone has a new project coming soon. Can I say: " do you have any project in perspective?"

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    #2

    Re: in perspective

    How about:

    Do you have a prospective project in mind?

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    Re: in perspective

    Check your dictionary for the difference between "persepective" and "prospective".

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