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    deal

    Please correct if it is not.

    Someone needs my approval because he wants to buy a computer. Can I write as It is OK or It sounds OK. Sorry for delay in replying because we were closed on 20th & 21 March 2015. I have just seen your new computer It is fabulous.
    Last edited by meela; 24-Mar-2015 at 07:47.

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    Re: deal

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    Please correct if it is not necessary.

    Someone needs my approval because he wants to buy a computer. Can I write as "It is OK" or "It sounds OK"?

    "Sorry for the delay in replying because we were closed on the 20th & 21 March 2015. I have just seen your new computer. It is fabulous."
    I was slightly confused as to which part you needed corrected but I think I worked out it is the last two sentences. I have separated them out and put them in quotes above. There are other areas of confusion in your post. You haven't written "It is OK" or "It sounds OK" in your message to the person buying the computer so where do you plan to write it?

    Also, you said that the person wants to buy a computer. That means he/she has not yet bought it so I'm not sure how you can say that you have seen it and it's fabulous. Why is this person looking for your approval? Do you have to approve the budget for it or is it just that this person really wants you to like their computer?

    I've done my best in the quote box above given the confusion.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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