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    #1

    not good for me

    Are these sentences correct?

    November 10th and 11th dates are no longer good for me due to a personal problem. Can you reschedule the meetings?

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    #2

    Re: not good for me

    The word dates makes the first sentence ungrammatical. Remove it and both sentences are OK.
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    Re: not good for me

    Depending on who you're writing to, it might not be appropriate to say that you have a personal problem. You could use "November 10th and 11th are no longer good for me due to unforeseen circumstances".

    Also, "good for me" is a little informal so, again, depending on who you're writing to, you might want to say that the dates are no longer "convenient" for you.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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