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What do you reckon about the below sentence, does it work?
I live in London though am prepared to relocate to Dublin quickly and fully available to travel.
I live in London, though I am able to relocate to Dublin immediately, and free to fulfill whatever travel commitments the position may require.
Note: in this context, 'immediately' does not imply 'on the next flight out of Heathrow', but that there would be no undue delay in your move.
'undue' : inappropriate because excessive or disproportionate.
Would others like to kick that around, see if together we can come up with just the right wording for SunMoon?
I live in London but can relocate at any time, so would be able to move to Dublin immediately. I am also able to travel as necessary.
I am also able to travel as necessary.
We long-winded ones can only marvel at those who can be so succinct! (icon for wistful sigh)