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    Incase - hadn't accessed / hasn't access

    1. We shall assign our car driver in case your driver hadn't accessed permit.
    2. We shall assign our car driver in case your driver hasn't access permit.


    Could you please check the above sentences?
    Last edited by Ajay 123; 15-Apr-2015 at 20:54.

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    Re: Incase - hadn't accessed / hasn't access

    "incase" doesn't exist in English. It should be two separate words - "in case". The rest of your sentence has some problems. I think you might mean something like "We will assign you our driver in case your driver doesn't get his permit in time".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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