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    Is it OK to use "Please kindly arrange sending to my colleagues and me the items such as your documentation, plans, new brochures, etc. as for your business partners."?

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    Re: Arrange

    Quote Originally Posted by Dufso View Post
    Is it OK to use "Please kindly arrange sending to my colleagues and me the items such as your documentation, plans, new brochures, etc. as for your business partners."?
    Welcome to the forum, Dufso.

    Sorry you have had to wait for a response. I think that part of the reason may be that the second part of your sentence is difficult to understand. The first part should be "Please arrange to send me and my colleagues ... (my colleagues and me ...)".

    I really don't know what you mean by 'as for your business partners'. Could you try to tell us what you mean by that?

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    Re: Arrange

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post

    I really don't know what you mean by 'as for your business partners'. Could you try to tell us what you mean by that?
    It's like if I used 'as for your good friends', can use this combination?
    And 'such as your documentation, plans, new brochures, etc.' can be used like that?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 22-Sep-2016 at 22:36. Reason: Pruning quote.

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