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    Post On which I appreciate you arranging it.

    "I got it that the next step is having an HR interview on which I appreciate you arranging it."

    I am sending an e-mail to the HR specialist that the hiring manager said she will arrange an HR interview for me. Can I say the above?

    Note: I want to use "on which".

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    Re: On which I appreciate you arranging it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Economist2010 View Post
    "I got it that the next step is having an HR interview on which I appreciate you arranging it."

    I am sending an e-mail to the HR specialist that the hiring manager who said she will arrange an HR interview for me. Can I say the above?

    It won't help you.


    Note: I want to use "on which".

    Why? It's not grammatical, and it's not natural.
    Better:

    Thank you for arranging the interview. I look forward to it.
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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    Re: On which I appreciate you arranging it.

    What do you mean by "I got it that..."?
    As a job applicant, you only deal with the HR department and wait for them to call you for interview. How it is done and who are doing it is not your concern.
    I am not a teacher or a native speaker.

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    Re: On which I appreciate you arranging it.

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    What do you mean by "I got it that..."?
    As a job applicant, you only deal with the HR department and wait for them to call you for interview. How it is done and who are doing it is not your concern.
    Absolutely. People don't want excess mail or impatient employees. The best advice is to just sit tight. Either they'll call or they won't.

    An employer who forgets to get back to you is an employer you don't want to work for.
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    Re: On which I appreciate you arranging it.

    You have tried to use "on which" and/or "of which" in several threads. It is clear from all those threads that you don't understand the usage of either of them yet. Spend some time (away from the forum) studying their use, with the help of decent grammar websites or a good grammar textbook and see what you can learn.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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