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    Smile a few days ago or the other day??

    Hello! If you find any mistkaes in terms of grammar and meaning, could you please correct them for me? ( especially the red parts) Thanks in advance

    1.I assure you that I will do everything you want me to do.
    2.I assure you that your package will be there without delay.
    3.Thank you very much for giving me a warm farewell party a few days ago4. I have a lot of experience to install all kinds of Web Server.
    Therefore, I think I will be able to help your company to do this work

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    Re: a few days ago or the other day??

    Quote Originally Posted by bosun View Post
    Hello! If you find any mistakes in terms of grammar and meaning, could you please correct them for me? ( especially the red parts) Thanks in advance
    1.I assure you that I will do everything that you require.
    2.I assure you that any package you request will be delivered without delay3.Thank you very much for the farewell party you gave me a few days ago4. I have a great deal of experience in the installation of all kinds of Web Server packages.
    I can assure you that I am capable of assisting your company to do this work
    Hope this helps

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