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    way of serving

    Dear Teachers,

    - The way of serving of Johnson's department store is very polite, profession and considerate.
    - Is this grammatical?

    Thanks a bunch!

    Namsteven


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    Re: way of serving

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    - The way of serving of Johnson's department store is very polite, profession and considerate.
    - Is this grammatical?

    Thanks a bunch!

    Namsteven
    Yes, it is but it's not natural, N.


    The manner of service of Johnson's department store is very polite, professional and considerate.


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    #3

    Re: way of serving

    Or you could say "The manner of service at Johnson's department store is very polite, professional and considerate


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    Re: way of serving

    Quote Originally Posted by moggy View Post
    Or you could say "The manner of service at Johnson's department store is very polite, professional and considerate
    Better with the 'at'. Thanks, Moggy.


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    Re: way of serving

    You're welcome!

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