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    #1

    please correct me :)

    this is a few sentences that i have to explain .
    so please correct me .
    And if there is better expression or better way , also please teach me .

    'Kids and Mom' is the place I used to work . I canít submit Certificate of Income Amount because it was a kind of small business to sign up for 4 insurances and the pay was not that much. And I also canít submit Bank Statement because I was paid in cash.so please understand that I can submit Certificate of Work Experience only .



    thank you and have a great day!!

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    Re: please correct me :)

    Quote Originally Posted by you07942 View Post
    This is These are a few sentences that I have to use to explain something, so please correct me them.
    And if there is a better expression or a better way to say something, also please teach tell me.

    'Kids and Mom' is the name of the place I used to work. I can’t I am unable to submit a Certificate of Income Amount because it was a kind of small business to sign up for 4 insurances and the pay was not that much quite low. And I also can’t submit a Bank Statement because I was paid in cash. so lease understand that I can submit a Certificate of Work Experience only.

    Thank you and have a great day!!
    Please see my amendments above. My corrections are marked in red. I have also underlined "to sign up for 4 insurances". I don't know what you mean. Do you mean that you or the company should have had 4 different insurance policies but you decided not to sign up to them because it was a small company and you didn't earn very much?

    You need to concentrate on your use of articles and the placement of punctuation. Do not put a space before a comma or a full stop. Always put a space after them.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Thumbs up Re: please correct me :)

    That's right About 4 insurances.
    And thank you for the tips! I won't put a space before a comma or a full stop.
    Thank you again.

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    Re: please correct me :)

    Quote Originally Posted by you07942 View Post
    That's right about 4 insurances.
    And thank you for the tips! I won't put a space before a comma or a full stop.
    Thank you again.
    I can’t submit a Certificate of Income Amount because it was kind of too small a business to sign up for pay for four insurance policies and the pay was not that much quite low.


    ​I have made a further amendment based on your response. However, I'm still not quite sure why the lack of insurance policies means you can't submit a Certificate of Income Amount.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: please correct me :)

    If I got a job, I and the company should sign up for 4 insurances.
    It means the company have a duty to report about the Income of thier employee.
    So there isn't any record or Information that I could submit it.

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    Re: please correct me :)

    It sounds to me as if you are admitting that either you or the company failed to comply with a legal requirement. Are you sure you should be doing that? In fact, are you sure you should be admitting that even on this forum?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: please correct me :)

    Here's a useful phrase:

    under the table - Idioms - by the Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

    You were being paid under the table.

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