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  1. B45
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    We can reduce your rent if you're still interested in staying with us. We would welco

    We can reduce your rent if you're still interested in staying with us. We would welcome you as our first guest!

    Are these sentences okay?

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    Re: We can reduce your rent if you're still interested in staying with us. We would w

    If they are considered first-time guests/renters, you should change "your" to "the."
    That's because they have not paid rent yet.

    We can reduce the rent if you're still interested in staying with us. We would welcome you as our first guest!




    --lotus

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