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    Wink My best to Mr. ...?

    I am not sure if the following expressions are acceptable. if you find any problmes, could you please correct them? Thanks in advance.
    1.Mr. Kim has requested me to make a reservation in Hotel nearby New York International Airport from 10th June until 15th June.
    2.under the present condition, it would be difficult to meet the deadline.
    3. My best to Mr, Gates.
    4.I don't know how to appreciate your favor/or help.
    5. please feel free to contact us when you need additional tools
    6. We will send/or ship the remaining items you ordered (or on your order )at a later date.
    7. I am pleased to inform you that the new Web service has been operating well.
    8. I keep the cash in SCFB Suwon branch and I'm in charge of sales with home loan. This operations is so attractive and I love my job. I received your mail from my boss, so I'm writing to you about my information.
    9.I have just started to work with Mr. Hwang related to RFID anyway

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    Re: My best to Mr. ...?

    Quote Originally Posted by bosun View Post
    I am not sure if the following expressions are acceptable. if you find any problmes, could you please correct them? Thanks in advance.
    1.Mr. Kim has requested me to make a reservation in Hotel nearby New York International Airport from 10th June until 15th June.
    2.under the present condition, it would be difficult to meet the deadline.
    3. My best to Mr, Gates.
    4.I don't know how to appreciate your favor/or help.
    5. please feel free to contact us when you need additional tools
    6. We will send/or ship the remaining items you ordered (or on your order )at a later date.
    7. I am pleased to inform you that the new Web service has been operating well.
    8. I keep the cash in SCFB Suwon branch and I'm in charge of sales with home loan. This operations is so attractive and I love my job. I received your mail from my boss, so I'm writing to you about my information.
    9.I have just started to work with Mr. Hwang related to RFID anyway
    1. at a hotel
    2. conditions (usually)
    3. Mr. gates
    4. I don't know how to thank you for your...
    5. OK
    6. send or ship (either)
    7. OK
    8. in charge of home loans
    operation
    9. ???

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    #3

    Re: My best to Mr. ...?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    ...
    4. I don't know how to thank you for your...
    Or
    I don't know how to show my appreciation for your help (if you want to use a word starting 'appreciat-')
    Or
    I can't thank you enough for ...

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    ...
    9. ???
    RFID is Radio Frequency ID Mike. It's the next step up from bar-codes, and allows (say) an unmanned fork-lift truck to behave intelligently (picking up a pallet with the right goods on it) [or even a manned fork-lift truck, now I think of it; a voice in the cab could say 'Not that one bozo, it's empty.' ] I think Walmart use it.

    I have just started to work with Mr. Hwang on the subject of RFID anyway

    Depending on how far advanced your RFID plans are, you could also say

    I have just started to work with Mr. Hwang on the RFID implementation/plans anyway

    If you wanted to get extra points for colloquial usage (this is state-of-the-art Computer Weekly language) you could say "the RFID roll-out".

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