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    #1

    how to write that I concern?

    I want to write an email politely to editor who asked me to give some advice. I want to modify or add some information in the book.
    And I also want to identify the topic name in the book. Book name is manual book and topic name is composition team.

    I would like to consult one thing on composition team in the manual book.
    or
    I would like to consult about composition team in the manual book.
    or
    I'm concerned about composition team in the manual book.

    Are those correct? Or please give me some suggestion how I should write.
    Last edited by LeiYee; 08-Aug-2013 at 06:54.

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    #2

    Re: how to write that I concern?

    To me, #2 is the one which better conveys what you need to say.
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: how to write that I concern?

    Quote Originally Posted by LeiYee View Post
    I want to write an email politely to editor who asked me to give some advice. I want to modify or add some information in the book.
    And I also want to identify the topic name in the book. Book name is manual book and topic name is composition team.

    I would like to consult one thing on composition team in the manual book.
    or
    I would like to consult about composition team in the manual book.
    or
    I'm concerned about composition team in the manual book.

    Are those correct? Or please give me some suggestion how I should write.
    Is "Composition Team" the name of a chapter in the book? Are you sure the book is called "Manual Book"? That is rather strange. We would normally call a book of instructions simply a "manual".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #4

    Re: how to write that I concern?

    Thanks for your question emsr2d2.
    Yes, You are right. This is only manual. And "Composition Team" is name of a session in this book.

    How should I write?

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    #5

    Re: how to write that I concern?

    many thanks, charliedeut.

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