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    Wink doubt

    Dear All

    Is it right to say "

    This email is only for employees working out of club House, andheri
    "

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    Re: doubt

    Quote Originally Posted by sabari69 View Post
    Dear All

    Is it right to say "

    This email is only for employees working out of club House, andheri
    "
    Yes. Probably "This email is intended only for ..." is better.
    What does andheri mean?


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    Re: doubt

    Thanks for u r reply

    andhei is a place

    i thought it would be better if we ask " the e mail is for those who are working at club house, andheri"

    Dose it not misleading if we say it is meant for all who works out of andheri ( some place)
    (FOr those working other than andheri)

    This phrase OUT OF can be used as in the following egs:

    He did it out of fear,love (where it displays one's character )
    He is out of andheri ( Literally meaning moving away )
    This toy is made out of some by products of metals

    what is u r opinion?

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    Re: doubt

    Quote Originally Posted by sabari69 View Post
    thanks for u r reply :-d

    andhei is a place

    i thought it would be better if we ask " the e mail is for those who are working at club house, andheri"
    yes, much better, if the email is meant for people working at the club.

    dose it not misleading if we say it is meant for all who works out of andheri ( some place)
    working "out of a place" means you are based at a place, and working elsewhere, perhaps in the community. If the email is for them, you'd phrase it as did originally.

    (for those working other than andheri)

    this phrase out of can be used as in the following egs:

    He did it out of fear,love (where it displays one's character )
    he is out of andheri ( literally meaning moving away )
    this toy is made out of some by products of metals

    what is u r opinion?
    r.


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    Re: doubt

    Thanks Raymott

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