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    Thumbs up Our dry store is not properly arranged

    kindly check for me below grammar mistakes

    Our dry store is not properly arranged. Mr. dawid and myself like to arrange this properly and davied mention lots of un necessary items in side. We are planning to clean and re arrange 20th of this month. Also we need to think what we going to do for unnecessary items.

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    Thumbs up need to send a email to regarding our store cleaning day

    i need to send a email to regarding our store cleaning day. so i need to mention

    the store is not arranged properly and all unnecessary item should move from the peticuler store.

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    Re: need to send a email to regarding our store cleaning day

    Quote Originally Posted by susitha View Post
    I need to send an email to [missing word here] regarding our store cleaning day (no full stop here) so I need to mention

    that the store is not arranged properly and all unnecessary items should be removed from the peticuler particular store.
    Please see the amendments I made to your post. Remember that you must capitalise the word "I" at all times, as well as the first word of every sentence. I don't really understand what you need to do. What is an email "regarding our store cleaning day"? Are you trying to change the day that the store is cleaned?

    Try to write the email yourself, post it here and we will make suggestions.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Thumbs up Our dry store is not properly arranged

    kindly check for me below grammar mistakes

    Our dry store is not properly arranged. We need to arrange this properly and David mention lots of un necessary items in side. We are planning to clean and re arrange 20th of this month. Also we need to think what we going to do for unnecessary items.

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    #5

    Re: Our dry store is not properly arranged

    susitha, I have merged three threads of yours that ask roughly the same question.

    Please do not start separate threads in this way. It means that members may waste time responding to a question that has already been asked, and you may receive confusing responses.

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    #6

    Re: Our dry store is not properly arranged

    Quote Originally Posted by susitha View Post
    kindly check for me below grammar mistakes

    Our dry store is not properly arranged. We need to arrange this properly and David mention lots of un necessary items in side. We are planning to clean and re arrange 20th of this month. Also we need to think what we going to do for unnecessary items.
    I don't know what a "dry store" is.
    How will the person know what the proper arrangement is?
    David mention
    lots = informal; try "a lot"
    unnecessary, inside, rearrange - single words, no spaces
    on the 20th of
    We also need to decide what to do with the excess items
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: Our dry store is not properly arranged

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    I don't know what a "dry store" is.
    A dry goods store?

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