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  1. leekwanhoa
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    Exclamation is this sentence correct? (please help someone)

    'Take one copy of the form and original invoice for the Legal Fees file and send the originals to Alison Cook in Edinburgh'

    or is it better to use:

    'Take one copy of the form and invoice for the Legal Fees file and send the originals to Alison Cook in Edinburgh'

    is the first sentence confusing? can you use a word as a noun and adjective in the same sentence?

    please someone help me!!!

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: is this sentence correct? (please help someone)

    Welcome, leekwanhoa.

    Leave a copy of the form and a copy of the original invoice in the Legal Fees file, and send the originals to Alison Cook in Edinburgh.

    You could - but there's no need to - change the word "original" to, say, the client's invoice or our company's invoice.

    All the best.

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