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  1. myfiggy
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    advise soonest

    is the term " please advise soonest" grammatically correct. I have seen it used lately quite a bit, but am being challenged as to its credibility


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    Re: advise soonest

    but am being challenged as to its credibility

    Oh ye of the modem modern age. You will accept txt spk, but let someone hark back to the days of the telegram.....

    If that's a stretch, here's a loosening up, stretching exercise for your mind:
    The steam-driven car.


    (The devil made me do it. You know, Geraldine - you know how it is.)
    Last edited by David L.; 30-Apr-2009 at 21:18.

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