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    mixed up

    Is this sentence OK?

    I have got my dates mixed up. My dental appointment is on March 2, not March 12, so can you change my personal day to March 2.

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    Re: mixed up

    I am not a teacher.

    Put a question mark on the end of the second sentence (and squeeze a 'please' in there somewhere) and it'll be OK

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