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    Some sells persons try to pull the wool over costomers eyes.

    hi

    I wonder if I've made right corrections regarding the sentence below:


    "Some sells persons try to pull the wool over costumers eyes".


    "Some sellers/salespersons try to pull the wool over their customers' eyes"

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    Re: Some sells persons try to pull the wool over costomers eyes.

    I'd use salespeople as the plural rather than salespersons, though I believe both are correct.

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    Re: Some sells persons try to pull the wool over costomers eyes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Venus.jam View Post
    Hi.

    I wonder if I've made the right corrections regarding the sentence below:
    See above. You must remember to start every sentence with a capital letter and end every sentence with one, appropriate punctuation mark, even a sentence as short as "Hi."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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