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    They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't hold

    Once a friend of mine went for the interview at a company. They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't "hold" or "organise" walk-in interviews. They didn't consider walk-in "entries" or "participants". They needed to have prior appointment for the interview.

    Please check my sentences.

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    None of your sentences is correct, Mohammad. Please stop answering questions. Your English is not good enough, and you may mislead learners.
    Also, your posts don't say "not a teacher". In fact, they claim that you are! I hope you have just left out "not".
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    tufguy: so your friend just walked into the place and said "Come on! Interview me please."

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    tufguy: so your friend just walked into the place and said "Come on! Interview me please."
    No , he went there and said that he had come for the interview. But they told him that they didn't "hold" or "organise" walk-ins or didn't consider the "entries" or "participants". He had a word with the office boy. The office boy told him that he needed to have a prior appointment for the interview. He asked him the name of the "HR" who had called him for the interview but he didn't have a name to give so he had to come back without being interviewed.

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    So he thought he had an appointment but couldn't remember the name of the person who invited him, leading him to be treated as a "walk-in". Is that correct?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    So he thought he had an appointment but couldn't remember the name of the person who invited him, leading him to be treated as a "walk-in". Is that correct?
    No he didn't have any appointment. He thought it was a walk-in interview.

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    tufguy: so your friend just walked into the place and said "Come on! Interview me please."
    So actually the answer to teechar's question should have been "Yes"! Either he had an appointment or he didn't. If he didn't, then he was a "walk-in".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    I do sometimes wonder where tufguy comes up with some of the situations he attempts to put into words. It seems to be a world so unlike the home life of our own dear queen.
    I do not make-up these incidents and when I make-up a story just to give you the context I never say that it happened for real (even if you close that thread). I told you I never lie (and because of this habit of not lying once I lost my job as well). It happened for real.

    How about my sentences?

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Are my sentences correct?

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    Re: They didn't let him "take" or "participate in" the interview because they didn't

    Could you please tell me whether my sentences are correct or not? Please tell me something.
    Last edited by tufguy; 09-Jul-2017 at 09:53.

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