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    Question Are these correct?

    "We provide top quality services with compliance to EN xxxxx, which is the only standard in xxxxx services. Besides, we are always ready for a test service and we are sure you will be more than satisfied with our quality. Test us and see it for yourself with no risk!"

    Hello,

    Regarding the text above, a fellow suggests that I should use:

    "... in compliance with ..." instead of "... with compliance to ..."
    "... we are sure THAT you will ..." instead of "... we are sure you will ..."
    " Try us ..." instead of "Test us ..."
    " ..., no risk involved! " instead of "... with no risk!"

    Expecting the opinions of native English speakers. It will be much more appreciated if you rank each expression in the original text (not the suggestions) as "correct", "acceptable", "not sure", "unacceptable", "bullshit". Many thanks in advance and best regards.

    Sed


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    Re: Are these correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sed View Post
    "We provide top quality services with compliance to EN xxxxx, which is the only standard in xxxxx services. Besides, we are always ready for a test service and we are sure you will be more than satisfied with our quality. Test us and see it for yourself with no risk!"

    Hello,

    Regarding the text above, a fellow suggests that I should use:

    "... in compliance with ..." instead of "... with compliance to ..."
    "... we are sure THAT you will ..." instead of "... we are sure you will ..."
    " Try us ..." instead of "Test us ..."
    " ..., no risk involved! " instead of "... with no risk!"

    Expecting the opinions of native English speakers. It will be much more appreciated if you rank each expression in the original text (not the suggestions) as "correct", "acceptable", "not sure", "unacceptable", "bullshit". Many thanks in advance and best regards.

    Sed

    No one to help?

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    Re: Are these correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by sed View Post
    "we provide top quality services with compliance to en xxxxx, which is the only standard in xxxxx services. Besides, we are always ready for a test service and we are sure you will be more than satisfied with our quality. test us and see it for yourself with no risk!"

    "in compliance with" is correct, if en xxxx is a standard.
    "that" is optional in a clause like this. Perhaps it's better in a formal text like this.
    "try us" is much preferable. "test us" is not right.
    "with no risk to you" is ok.



    hello,

    regarding the text above, a fellow suggests that i should use:

    "... In compliance with ..." instead of "... With compliance to ..."
    "... We are sure that you will ..." instead of "... We are sure you will ..."
    " try us ..." instead of "test us ..."
    " ..., no risk involved! " instead of "... With no risk!"

    expecting the opinions of native english speakers. It will be much more appreciated if you rank each expression in the original text (not the suggestions) as "correct", "acceptable", "not sure", "unacceptable", "bullshit". Many thanks in advance and best regards.

    Sed
    r.


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    Re: Are these correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    r.

    Thank you very much for your help!

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