Your sentence really doesn't say anything. The first sentence in your explanation gives more information.
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My apology for inconvenience caused due to unintentional action.
Is the above sentence Ok in the following context:
I have not responded to emails as I was busy in some other tasks. I got an email saying that you didn't respond and we are in very tough deadlines. In this situation can I respond as above or is there any other better way to write?
Last edited by suniljain; 24-Sep-2015 at 08:28. Reason: remove is which was ungrammatical
The original lacks a finite verb, so is not a sentence.
Can you break this down and help me understand because I heard the same sentence "my apologies for the inconvenience caused by xxx" .I always thought cause was the verb in the sentence.
I can not understand "To be in a tough deadline" in this context.
Last edited by gurpreetgill4u; 24-Sep-2015 at 17:36. Reason: New question added
But don't say "by my unintentional act."
Just say "I'm sorry for the delay in my response." And then move on to the thing they need from you.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.