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    #1

    as usual

    Hello.

    As usual prepare the documents for the export to Russia, please.

    I question this sentence. Wouldn't it be better to put 'as usual' after 'the documents'?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: as usual

    Yes, it would be better.

    Also good would be 'Please prepare the documents for the export to Russia as usual'.

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