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  1. Odessa Dawn's Avatar
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    "I will act on them"?

    You asked someone for a piece of advice, then you want to assure/promise him that you are going to follow what he has advised you to do.

    Is I will act on them good, please?

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    Re: "I will act on them"?

    I will follow your advice.

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