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    Grammar

    Pls tell me the following sentence is correct. (Used in Indian Official correspondances)

    "The statement is enclosed herewith"

    Explanation: With a letter or a note a separate sheet of details attached. They are informing it as above.

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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by englishsun54 View Post
    Pls tell me the following sentence is correct. (Used in Indian Official correspondances)

    "The statement is enclosed herewith"

    Explanation: With a letter or a note a separate sheet of details attached. They are informing it as above.

    Englishsun,

    The above statement is correct and is being used widely for correspondence (in India).

    You can also say,"The statement is enclosed along with this letter.."

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