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    were or are you?

    A friend in her email says 'let us meet at Holiday Inn'? Which reply is better?


    Do you mean the Holiday Inn located near the Tsim Tsu MRT?Sounds wonderful. Let meet there.

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    Are you referring to the Holiday Inn located near the Tsim Tsu MRT? Sounds great. Let meet there.

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    Re: were or are you?

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    Do you mean the Holiday Inn (located) near the Tsim Tsu MRT?spaceSounds wonderful. Let's meet there.

    Are you referring to the Holiday Inn (located) near the Tsim Tsu MRT? Sounds great. Let's meet there.
    Both are fine, now. The first is more informally natural. You could also say, "Is that the Holiday Inn ..."

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    #3

    Re: were or are you?

    Why is your thread titled "Were or are you?"

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    Re: were or are you?

    Teacher, that was an error. Thank you.

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