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    #1

    Are these correct?

    May I have your confirmation? Because I need to make sure the factory audit was done and result passed before I arrange inspection for July 21, and we need to make the booking today.

    We are unable to waive this charge for you, as this is your company mishandled to ship the incorrect spares to our customer in April, which is makes them in trouble for these spares shortage in USA.

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    #2

    Re: Are these correct?

    I need your confirmation urgently because I need to make sure the factory audit was carried out and passed before I arrange for inspection for July 21. We also need to make the booking today.

    We are unable to waive this charge for you as it was your company's fault to have shipped the incorrect spares to our customer in April which resulted in them suffering a shortage in USA.

    not a teacher
    Last edited by tedtmc; 15-Jul-2008 at 18:07.

  1. willingtohelp
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    Re: Are these correct?

    Almost.

    "I need your confirmation urgently because I need to make sure the factory audit was carried out and passed before I arrange for an inspection for July 21.

    We are unable to unable to waive this charge for you because your company shipped the incorrect spares to our customer in April, which resulted in a shortage in the USA."

    Now, the use of "booking" is a little awkward. Are you looking to order something or to make an appointment? If it is an order, say, "We also need to make the order today." If it is an appointment say, "We also need to make the appointment today."

    Does that make sense? Booking is normally a verb in the English language.

    If you want another opinion, feel free to ask one of the designated teachers.

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