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Appreciate for your follow up and let Christine call me for this news.
Like the others, I'm not exactly sure of your meaning, but it may be:
"Could you please have someone follow up for me and ask Christine to let me know as soon as you have any news".
Hope this is what you intended to say.
Can you take a look for my revision: I appreciate your further information; and advised / told Christine call me this information / news
Is this sentence work ? Thanks to advise
Thank you veru much for Stilo, Apex & Neilythere, ardent to help me. I also appreciate for all of you !
Have a nice weekend
Last edited by Zoe2008; 11-May-2008 at 10:49.
That is much better. Use advised Christine to call me. ( told is more if Christine made a mistake originally )
Thank you veru much for Stilo, Apex & Neilythere, ardent to help me. I also appreciate for all of you ! = Thank you very much to ......... for helping me. I appreciate all of you!
It is a pleasure Zoe, as you are appreciative and genuinely ask/need our help to improve your English.
Thank you again Stilo