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    This is with reference to the Interview that was held on 25th Aug

    Is this sentence grammatically correct, when one is correct
    This is with reference to your Interview that was held on 25th Aug, i would like to receive your feedback.
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    This is with reference to your Interview that happened on 25th Aug , i would like to receive your feedback.

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    Re: This is with reference to the Interview that was held on 25th Aug

    Quote Originally Posted by swami_almighty View Post
    Is this sentence grammatically correct? when one is correct I don't know what that part was supposed to mean.

    This is with reference to your Interview that was held on 25th Aug, i would like to receive your feedback.
    or
    This is with reference to your Interview that happened on 25th Aug , i would like to receive your feedback.
    Welcome to the forum.

    Neither sentence is correct.
    1. There is no need to capitalise "interview".
    2. You should write "August", not "Aug" in a formal letter.

    The whole thing should be rewritten. Start with "I would like to receive ..." and see what you can do with it after that.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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