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    Please correct this

    Dear all,
    I am pleased to announce that we have appointed MS.xxxxxxx as Supervisor in our company effective from xxxxx.
    Ms.xxxx will be responsible to supervise all activities and report to management.
    Please join me in extending a warm welcome to Ms.xxx to our team. I encourage you to connect with Ms. xxxx and to share your knowledge.

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    Re: Please correct this

    Quote Originally Posted by sanjfer View Post
    Dear all,
    I am pleased to announce that we have appointed Ms. XXX as Supervisor in our company effective from xxxxx.
    Ms. XXX will be responsible to for supervise supervising all activities and will report to management.
    Please join me in extending a warm welcome to Ms. XXX to our team. I encourage you to connect with Ms. XXX and to share your knowledge with her.
    See above. If you put a full stop after "Ms" (it's not obligatory), you must leave a space before the first letter of her surname.
    We are "responsible for + noun" or "responsible for + verb-ing".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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