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    #1

    Matching correct?

    Hi,

    "Lets try to come to a matching solution that works for everyone"

    with matching i mean a solution that both parties agree on

    Thanks

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    Re: Matching correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Hi,

    "Let's try to come to a matching solution that works for everyone."

    with By "matching" I mean a solution that both parties agree on.

    Thanks.
    You don't need a word there if you're going to say "a solution that works for everyone". You have already described the solution by saying that.

    Please remember to start every new sentence with a capital letter, always capitalise the word "I" and always end a sentence with a full stop. Thank you.

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