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    • Join Date: Oct 2008
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    #1

    would or will

    With immediate effect, Sandy will take over the task of notifying the technician for servicing the machine's problem that encountered by users. All Users should hereafter to inform Sandy if noted any machine problem that needs technician servicing.

    Is the above sentence proper? should I use Sandy will or would

    Please help to correct me. TQ


    • Join Date: Nov 2007
    • Posts: 5,409
    #2

    Re: would or will

    With immediate effect, Sandy will take over the task of notifying the technician for servicing the machine's problem that encountered by users. All Users should hereafter to inform Sandy if noted any machine problem that needs technician servicing.

    With immediate effect, Sandy will take on responsibility for notifying the service technician, and all users should report any problems with the machine to Sandy.

    or

    With immediate effect, all users should report any problems with the machine to Sandy, who has taken on responsibility for notifying the service technician.

    1. check the meaning of 'task'.
    2. if you begin 'with immediate effect', then to say 'hereafter' is redundant.
    Last edited by David L.; 13-Nov-2008 at 12:03.

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