When I assign a list of things to do I would like to stress that there is flexibility to skip some of the things in the list and I"ll give something else in that place.
Now I write like this
"If you want to skip something from the list, let me know I'll replace it".
Is it correct or is there any better way to say this?
What is that has to do with the question?
Can't you see the information provided in the profile?
It's sad moderator's like both of you are wasting our time with useless questions. Why can't you just be quite if you don't know the answer or don't have any good reason for posting something.
You guys are just killing the opportunity for creating fresh content on this forum. The site owners would know the value of fresh content. Anyhow I'm leaving the forum because I have more important things to do than answer silly questions by moderator's who doesn't have better things to do in their life.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.