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    Notice

    I have read a notice at a gym club, and I suspected that there is a number of mistakes on it. Can some please correct them if any?

    Recently, we found some of the lock have been blocked by tissue paper, we already report the case to the police department. To prevent the theft of personal belongings, be sure the locker is properly locked after closing it. The signal light will change to red once it is locked. If you found any locker cannot lock properly, please contact our receptionist.

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    Re: Notice

    Quote Originally Posted by yslamac View Post
    I have read a notice at the gym, club, and I suspect ed that there is are a number of mistakes on in it. Can someone please correct them if any mistakes they find?

    Recently, we found some of the locks on the lockers have been blocked by tissue paper. We have already reported those cases to the police department. To prevent the theft of personal belongings, be sure the locker is properly locked after closing it. The signal light will change to red once it is locked. If you found find any locker cannot be locked properly, please contact report that to our receptionist.
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    Re: Notice

    I would use "... please report it​ to our receptionist."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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