Student or Learner
teacher, is this sentence OK?
It appears you have given us the wrong student registration number as the College is not able to send copies of your school records. Can you send us the correct student registration number.
No. I am just trying to make a sentence using "It appears...."
Last edited by MikeNewYork; 03-Dec-2013 at 06:21. Reason: typo
"It appears you have given them the wrong student registration number as the College is not able to send copies of your school records." sounds OK to me somehow.
The speaker is less likely to be the representative of 'the College'.
(I'm a non-native speaker of Engish who is just stating his own opinion.)
Last edited by tzfujimino; 03-Dec-2013 at 06:41.
That original seems OK to me. The speaker is, perhaps, from the admissions department of a university. The university wishes to contact an applicant's previous college for a copy of their school record. The applicant has given the university their college registration number so that the college can locate the record.
That does make sense, which means how important context is.
Thank you, 5jj.