I'm posting details of one real incident which happened to me, in order to improve my writing skills. Kindly review my text for any grammatical errors.
I went to Victoria Terminus (VT) Station 4 years ago in Mumbai to reserve a train ticket
forto Chennai in the morning. An old man aged between 55 toand 60 withand dressed in white and gold seated adjacentsat next to me when I was in the reservation hall. He spoke sfluent inEnglish and in Tamil as a native speaker. Then both of us introduced our personnel detailsourselves, thenand he told me that he was also from Chennai and that he had come cameto reserve a ticket tofor one of his relatives. He said that he iswas a doctor from Appollo Hospital in Chennai and was in came toMumbai for special surgery. He elaborated his family background asexplaining that one of his daughters was studying in London and another son in Canada working as a medical researchistresearcher. He also namedtalked about some Bollywood celebrities and abouttheir surgery treatment and he chatted about their survival because of his medical expertise.
I and my colleagueMy colleague and I felt attracted by his medical knowledge exposures. He gave us his business card for any medical help we may require in the future in Chennai for us and our family members. He also assured us that he could provide to serve medical cases withdiscounts of 15 % through his influence at Appollo Hospital in Chennai. Then he informed us that he wanted to movehad to go to the airport as his flight to Chennai was scheduled at 2:00pm for Chennai.
We both decided not to overlook
miss thethat gentleman ’s contactfor any future medical treatment in our family memberssince we believe that Appollo Hospital is one of the best medical service sproviders in Chennai. We started askingalso asked him questions forabout our suffered childrens due tochildren who suffered from sleep apnea fromin both our families. He replied that,“Dont worry, I will give you one syrup medicine s, and there's no need to go forto any other doctor andor special surgery. They can recover within 2 months, and the cost of the medicine would be only INR 500!" He took his mobile at once and called someone to note the address to dispatch the medicines to through some parcel service. Then he collected the amount of INR 500 from both of us and promised that the medicines would be in our homes before we reached atChennai. We dodid not know his real faceidentity when we give our money to him.
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