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    advance

    Did I use the word "advance" correctly?

    You have asked us for an advance from your March salary. We have enclosed a cheque for the sum of $1,000.00.

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    Re: advance

    Quote Originally Posted by robin lee View Post
    Did I use the word "advance" correctly?

    You have asked us for an advance from your March salary. We have enclosed a cheque for the sum of $1,000.00.
    It's mostly correct, although we usually use an advance on something, so in this case:

    You have asked us for an advance on (your salary for March / March's salary)

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