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  1. Newbie
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    Sending someones regards. Is this correct?

    Hi. I was asked by Mr X on the interview to send his regards to Miss X. I do not see Miss X very often so I wondered if I could send these in an email ( but I would like to keep it quite formal). Would this be correct?

    ''Mr X, who was my interviewer sends his regards to you.''

    As it doesn't seem to sound good to me, I would appreciate for any help to reword this. Thank you for any help.

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    Re: Sending someones regards. Is this correct?

    Your sentence is OK, but it needs a comma after "interviewer".

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