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    Arrow Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Lets consider that there are two very close friends. One of them says to the other that you have to have your food in time, because you are so weak. Also the same says I am not an eligible person to advice you, because I am not having my food in right time. But as you are my intimate friend, I would like to suggest you. Thats all

    Lets leave it at that.

    What I am asking is in this case Can I have any other terms like unauthorized person, deserved instead of an eligible person?

    thanks
    winston

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    What about?

    I'm not the best person to be giving advice. I'm not eating well either.

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    What about?

    I'm not the best person to be giving advice. I'm not eating well either.
    Actually I asked about "I am not eating well"
    But now I request you to give reply in both views.

    thanks
    winston

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Winston, you asked, 'Can I have any other terms like unauthorized person, deserved instead of an eligible person?'

    Try this wording,

    I am not the best person to be giving advice.

    All the best.


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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    You can also say "I am not the right person to advise you."

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    Winston, you asked, 'Can I have any other terms like unauthorized person, deserved instead of an eligible person?'

    Try this wording,

    I am not the best person to be giving advice.

    All the best.
    ok, thank you

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Quote Originally Posted by sandhya.sha View Post
    You can also say "I am not the right person to advise you."

    thank you

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    #8

    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    You could also say, "I'm no expert, but....."

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    You could also say, "I'm no expert, but....."

    thank you

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    Re: Can I have any other term instead of .?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston View Post
    ok, thank you
    You're most welcome, winston.

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