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    argent a question

    Dear Teachers

    which phrase is more appropriate when writing a formal letter?

    - I will be hounered by your visit any time or
    - Honored by your visit any time

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    Re: argent a question

    Hello,

    The honour is conditional upon the visit, so it should be...

    I would be honoured by your visit at any time.



    (Ex-teacher)

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