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    #1

    till when will the Walk in interview be conducted?

    In a company, there is a walk in interview for graduates.

    If I want to ask them till when they conduct the interview(I mean to ask till which date and not time), how should I ask?

    Is the below one correct?

    Till when will the Walk in interview be conducted?

    P.S I mean to ask when is the last date to come for interview.

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    Re: till when will the Walk in interview be conducted?

    'What is the last date I can come for a walk-in interview?'

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    Re: till when will the Walk in interview be conducted?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    'What is the last date I can come for a walk-in interview?'
    What if I am not asking for me. I think "people" can substitute "I" here. However, can it be asked, in anyway, in passive voice without mentioning "people" or something of that sort?

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    Re: till when will the Walk in interview be conducted?

    What is the last date for the walk-in interviews?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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