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    Using Real Eng

    Excuse Me I'm Confusing Whether We Can Say " We Have A One-month Daughter Named Clara" In Formal Letter Or Not?! Please Be Willing To Help Me Answering This Question As Soon An Possible.thank You Very Much!


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    Re: Using Real Eng

    Quote Originally Posted by DANTRANG View Post
    Excuse Me I'm confused Whether We Can Say " We Have A One-month Daughter Named Clara" In Formal Letter Or Not?! Please Be Willing To Help Me Answering This Question As Soon An Possible.thank You Very Much!

    I see no reason why you should not say this, but write it "We have a one-month old daughter named Clara".

    By the way, you do not need capital letters except for the first word in a sentence or proper names (like Clara).

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