[Grammar] This is with reference to the Interview that was held on 25th Aug

swami_almighty

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Is this sentence grammatically correct, when one is correct
This is with reference to your Interview that was held on 25[SUP]th[/SUP] Aug, i would like to receive your feedback.
or
This is with reference to your Interview that happened on 25[SUP]th[/SUP] Aug , i would like to receive your feedback.
 

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Is this sentence grammatically correct? [STRIKE]when one is correct [/STRIKE] I don't know what that part was supposed to mean.

This is with reference to your Interview that was held on 25[SUP]th[/SUP] Aug, i would like to receive your feedback.
or
This is with reference to your Interview that happened on 25[SUP]th[/SUP] Aug , i would like to receive your feedback.

Welcome to the forum. :hi:

Neither sentence is correct.
1. There is no need to capitalise "interview".
2. You should write "August", not "Aug" in a formal letter.

The whole thing should be rewritten. Start with "I would like to receive ..." and see what you can do with it after that.
 
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