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    Z-Facade

    My colleague made up a slogan for our company.
    I just feel not O.K with this one. I personally don't like this one... anyway.

    'Z-Facade is everything for a facade'
    Z-Facade is a company offering related services for a exterior.

    What would you guys suggest?


    And the problem is that this colleague is a kind of sensitive one.
    Plz let me escape from this situation.

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    Re: Is there any problem with this one? I don't feel like this is quiet O.K.

    Are you really in Spain?

    If not, please correct your profile information.

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    #3

    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    I was not aware of the mistake I made.
    Corrected so... thanks buddy.

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    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dicktionary View Post
    I was not aware of the mistake I had made.
    I have corrected it. so... Thanks. buddy.
    See above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #5

    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    Try:
    Z-Facade: everything you need in a facade.
    or
    Z-Facade: your exteriors specialists.
    or
    Z-Facade: your trusted exteriors specialists.

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    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    Thanks a lot. However I feel like what my colleague intended to say was like 'Z-facade offers everythingt the people and the society related to or focused on exteriors issues.'[Just explanation]
    Anyway I appreciate your valuable creative writing. Have a good one:>

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    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dicktionary View Post
    Thanks a lot. However​, I feel like that what my colleague intended to say was something like 'Z-facade offers everythingt everything the that people and the society related relate to or focused focus on regarding exteriors issues.' (space needed here)[Just an explanation.]
    Anyway, I appreciate your valuable creative writing. Have a good one. :>
    See my corrections above. No matter what message your colleague was trying to get across, he/she needs to remember that slogans need to be short and snappy.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    :< Thanks Mr. teacher~ You have not a 'bad' day~~! I've put a sentence like 'Z-facade offers everything to the people and the society related to or focused on all those exteriors issues.' though. Has this one too? Too much unstable this website is. [Master Yoda, You teacher hate this guy very probably? Don't ya?]

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    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dicktionary View Post
    :< Don't try to make your own emoticons.

    Thanks. Mr. teacher~ Don't refer to everyone here as "Mr". We are not all male. Also "Mr teacher" is not used. "Mr" is followed by a surname. Sentences don't end with that squiggly line you used.

    You have not a 'bad' day. ~~! I don't know what you mean by this. Are you trying to say that you hope I don't have a bad day? Again, squiggly lines which mean nothing appear in your post.


    I've put a sentence like 'Z-facade offers everything to the people and the society related to or focused on all those exteriors issues.' though. That's the sentence I suggested but not as a slogan.

    Has this one too? This is not grammatical. What do you mean?

    Too much unstable this website is. Good example of Yoda-speak.

    [Master Yoda, You teacher hate this guy very probably, don't ya you?] Is this addressed to Yoda or to me?
    See above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Z-Facade O.K I corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dicktionary View Post
    I've put a sentence like 'Z-facade offers everything to the people and the society related to or focused on all those exteriors issues.'
    No, that doesn't work. Are you trying to make a slogan or something else?
    Also, please do not use an automatic translator such as Google Translate.

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