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  1. B45
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    Talking to a colleague about an order invoice. I say: That order has two hats so pl

    Talking to a colleague about an order invoice. I say:

    That order has two hats so please pack and ship out two hats immediately.

    VS

    We have one order with two hats purchased, please ship out the package soon.

    I underlined the part that is confusing to me. Is it worded properly?

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    Re: Talking to a colleague about an order invoice. I say: That order has two hats s

    "That/This order is for two hats..."

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    Re: Talking to a colleague about an order invoice. I say: That order has two hats s

    What about the second sentence? One order with two hats...

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    Re: Talking to a colleague about an order invoice. I say: That order has two hats s

    "Please pack and ship them immediately."

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