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    #1

    GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    WHICH ITS CONTENT OR THE CONTENT OF WHICH
    WHICH ONE IS CORRECT FRIENDS?

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    #2

    Re: GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    Welcome to the forum.

    Caps Lock off, please. We need to know whether you can use capital letters correctly, and it looks like you're shouting at us.

    Please write a complete sentence containing the phrase you are asking about.

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    #3

    Re: GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    The first is highly unlikely, but the second is possible. However, the context would determine this.

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    #4

    Re: GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    Both could be correct as part of a longer phrase in a newspaper headline or other context where capitalizing every word is appropriate.
    I am not a teacher.

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    #5

    Re: GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Welcome to the forum.

    Caps Lock off, please. We need to know whether you can use capital letters correctly, and it looks like you're shouting at us.

    Please write a complete sentence containing the phrase you are asking about.
    Sure. Caps lock will be off from now on.
    Please here below find the complete sentence
    Hereby we confirm based on the message from bank which its content is quoted in fieldxx......

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    #6

    Re: GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    The first is highly unlikely, but the second is possible. However, the context would determine this.
    Please find below the context:
    Hereby we confirm based on the message from the bank whcih its content is quoted in field 79 of .....

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    #7

    Re: GRAMMAR OF WHICH

    It's garbled. How about something [email protected]

    We hereby confirm xxxx, based on the message from the bank quoted in field 79....

    What do you mean by field?

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