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Can I say " I included your name as approver in the document"
 

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It is grammatical, but I'm not sure what it means.

A better title would be 'I included your name...'

"Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed." (Posting Guidelines)

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Does not it need "a" begining of approver

"I included your name as a approver in the document"
 

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If the person was one of several approvers then you might need to say "an approver" (note that it's "an", not "a"). I don't know what it means either.
 

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If the person was one of several approvers then you might need to say "an approver" (note that it's "an", not "a"). I don't know what it means either.


There is only one approver in my case. So should I include " an" front approver?
 

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Many thanks for your prompt reply.

You don't need to send a separate post to say thank you. You can simply click on the Like button on a post you want to like/thank. However, when you post anything at all, it's important to follow the rules of written English:

- Start every sentence with a capital letter.
- End every sentence with a single punctuation mark.

In your four posts in this thread, you have not used any full stops or question marks.
 
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