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    grammar??

    Which of the following is correct...

    On behalf of our staff, Cindy, Sue, Peggy and myself, we would like to say thank you.

    On behalf of our staff, Cindy, Sue, Peggy and myself, I would like to say thank you.

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    Re: grammar??

    The second is logically more correct, but you'll hear both.

    edward

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Which of the following is correct...

    On behalf of our staff, Cindy, Sue, Peggy and myself, we would like to say thank you.

    On behalf of our staff, Cindy, Sue, Peggy and myself, I would like to say thank you.

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    Re: grammar??

    I like a colon after the word staff if the staff consists of only these four people. As it was originally written, the word staff looked like the first item in a list of five items.

    On behalf of our staff: Cindy, Sue, Peggy and myself, I would like to say thank you.

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