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    Hope having done

    Hi, I've sent a request to a person on skype, but I'm not sure to have sent it to the right person.
    How would I say?

    "I hope to have added the right person"

    thanks.

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    Re: Hope having done

    Quote Originally Posted by Mirino View Post
    Hi, I've sent a request to a person on Skype, but I'm not sure to [that] I have sent it to the right person. How would I say this?

    "I hope to have added the right person."

    Thanks.
    "I hope I have added/contacted the right person."

    Remember to capitalise Skype because it is a proper noun. Remember to capitalise the first letter of a sentence and to use a single, appropriate punctuation mark at the end of every sentence, even with a sentence as short as "Thanks."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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