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    #1

    Please feel free to

    Please feel free to schedule at your convenience.
    Please feel free to schedule as per your convenience.

    Are these sentences OK and do they convey the same meaning?
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 11-Dec-2015 at 21:50. Reason: Removed formatting to make font size readable.

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    #2

    Re: Please feel free to

    No, when you schedule you have to schedule something. Perhaps:

    Please feel free to schedule an appointment at your convenience.

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    #3

    Re: Please feel free to

    Please feel free to schedule an appointment at your convenience.
    Can I write as below:

    Please feel free to schedule an appointment as per your convenience.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 11-Dec-2015 at 21:50. Reason: Fixed quote box

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    #4

    Re: Please feel free to

    You can write what you want, but I'm not sure what "as per your convenience" means.

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    #5

    Re: Please feel free to

    It is hardly ever necessary to write 'as per'.

    It's a throwback to antiquated business jargon. Let it die a natural death by the use of plain English.

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