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    please correct me these eassy

    1. Do you mean you are agreed to ship the goods through this forwarder, and no any proof is required? Please advice.
    2. Toby is chasing me to confirm the in-line inspection date. Would you please confirm to him today?
    3. The ISO auditor was confirm and will go to the factory on May 05 at 14:00. The details below
    4. I have got / received this document before. Thank you

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    Re: please correct me these eassy

    1. Do you mean that you agree to ship the goods, through this forwarder, and no proof/documentation is required? Please advise. [Note: Advice is a noun, advise a verb (in British English)]

    2. Toby is chasing me to confirm the in-line inspection date. Could you please confirm it to him today?

    3. The ISO auditor has confirmed that he will visit the factory on May 5th at 14:00. The details below:

    4. I have already received this document before. Thank you


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    Re: please correct me these eassy

    Zoe! Do write in large red letters and put above your computer: Advice = Noun; Advise = Verb.

    How many times has this been pointed out?

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    Re: please correct me these eassy

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Zoe! Do write in large red letters and put above your computer: Advice = Noun; Advise = Verb.

    How many times has this been pointed out?
    Hi Anglika,

    I forgot it again, sorry!! I will diligent ...

    Regards
    Zoe

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    Re: please correct me these eassy

    Toby is after me to confirm the in-line inspection date. Would you please confirm the date with him today?

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