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    concerned

    I would be thankful if somebody correct my sentence

    1 "Actually the concerned(or respective? which is correct?) accountant is not here. he is on his vocation and come back in 4 days. i will prepare a cheque for you once he come back"

    2 He has prepared some cheques but i dont know your company is in that cheques list.. let me have some time to check it and tell you

    3 I will prepare the cheque as per the unpaid bills which i am having, if you have any problem with the payment, you sort out with him once he come back

    thank in advance

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    Re: concerned

    Quote Originally Posted by sureshfina View Post
    i would be thankful if somebody would correct my sentences

    1 "actually the concerned(or respective? Which is correct?) accountant is not here. he is on his vocation and come back in 4 days. i will prepare organise/arrange a cheque for you once he comes/gets back"
    "the accountant concerned".
    if the person could prepare a check, it would not be necessary to wait for the accountant concerned to return.

    2 he has prepared some cheques but i dont know if your company is in that cheques list ... let me have some time to check it and i'll tell you.
    three stops for an ellipsis ... No more, no fewer.
    let me have some time = give me time (better)

    3 i will prepare the cheque as per the unpaid bills which i have. if you have any problem with the payment, you can sort out with him once he comes/gets back.
    "when he gets back" is better than "when he comes back"
    thank in advance
    r.
    PS: Ignore my lower case. It's the software.
    Last edited by Raymott; 19-Oct-2008 at 12:19. Reason: Explanation about why capitals are not correct

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