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    I would like to ask you to correct my letter.

    Dear Mr,

    I would like to talk about the Project and get some advice from you. I think many things are not clear yet. I am planning to go down to city next week some time; it will depend on the schedule of Peter and Mike.

    I would like to see you before I go to city. Do you mind saving some time for me end of this week or beginning of next week?

    And also, I have some notes, which Mike wrote on a white board in the last meeting, for you.

    I look forwards to hear from you soon.

    Regards,

    James

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    Exclamation Re: I would like to ask you to correct my letter.

    Dear Mr,

    I would like to talk about the Project (and) to get some advice from you. I think many things are not clear as yet. I am planning to go (down) to city next week some time (; it will) depending on the schedule of Peter and Mike.

    I would like to see you before I go to city. Do you mind sparing (saving) some time for me possibly towards the end of this week or beginning of next week?

    And also, I have some notes, which Mike wrote on a white board in the last meeting, for you.

    I look forward (s) to hear from you soon.

    Regards,
    Delete words in brackets
    Go down is a phrasal verb meaning: move downward or lower

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    Re: I would like to ask you to correct my letter.

    "I think many things are not clear as yet"...
    I want to ask why you put "as" it that sentence
    Thanks!

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    Re: I would like to ask you to correct my letter.

    Quote Originally Posted by kattie View Post
    "I think many things are not clear as yet"...
    I want to ask why you put "as" it that sentence
    Thanks!
    As yet is an adverbial phrase: Used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time.
    You will agree that use of this phrase in the sentence expresses the intended meaning.

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