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    #1

    is this sentence correct?

    Christine is not required for these shipping document, and no need to her. I remember I had advised to you, please follow.

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    #2

    Re: is this sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    Christine is not required for these shipping document, and no need to her. I remember I had advised to you, please follow.
    Christine is not required to be involved in these shipping documents. I remember I have told you about this before. Please do as I said.

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    #3

    Re: is this sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    Christine is not required for these shipping document, and no need to her. I remember I had advised to you, please follow.
    Christine is not involved with these shipping documents. I remember telling you this previously. Please do not refer them to her again. Thank you.

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    #4

    Re: is this sentence correct?

    Hi Anglika,

    How about this revision :

    Christine is not required for these shipping documents. Please do not refer her in the future. I remember I have told you about this before. Thank you.

    ** I pefer use required instead of involved. Is this ok ? Please review again and correct for me when you have time. Thanks

    Regards
    Zoe


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    #5

    Re: is this sentence correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    Hi Anglika,

    How about this revision :

    Christine is not required for these shipping documents. Please do not refer her in the future. I remember I have told you about this before. Thank you.

    ** I pefer use required instead of involved. Is this ok ? Please review again and correct for me when you have time. Thanks

    Regards
    Zoe
    The first sentence is fine, and if you want to use required that is ok.

    The second sentence needs clarification: Please do not refer them [the documents] to her in future.

    The third sentence is really better with "I remember telling you" or "I remember having told you".

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