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    cmplementary statement

    Do English people ususually write complementary statements on the right or on the left hand of the page?

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    Re: cmplementary statement

    Quote Originally Posted by skystar30097 View Post
    Do English people ususually write complementary statements on the right or on the left hand of the page?
    Sorry, but I don't know what you mean by 'complementary statement'.

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    Re: cmplementary statement

    Sorry, I mean complementary close.

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    Re: cmplementary statement

    If you mean 'Yours sincerely' at the end of a letter, then it's on the left.

    Rover

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    Re: cmplementary statement

    Quote Originally Posted by skystar30097 View Post
    Sorry, I mean complimentary close.
    They normally go on the left hand-side.
    Best regards,
    Best wishes,
    Yours faithfully
    etc...
    Hope this helps.

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