Which sentence is much appropriate

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Hi All,

Which sentence is much appropriate?

1. Your kind Cooperation will be highly appreciated.

2. Your kind Cooperation is highly appreciated.

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Why do you think "co-operation" should be capitalised?
 

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The word 'much' is wrong.

Can you think of the correct word to use when you are comparing two things?
 

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Ok thanks, so your suggestion its better if I write "co-operation" not cooperation.
 

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Ok thanks, so your suggestion its better if I write "co-operation" not cooperation.

Yes, add the hyphen. However, I asked you why you had capitalised​ it in your first post.
 

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Yes, add the hyphen. However, I asked you why you had capitalised​ it in your first post.

Because lack of knowledge in English. I'm trying to improve. Thanks.
 

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Hi All,

Which sentence is much appropriate?

1. Your kind Cooperation will be highly appreciated.

2. Your kind Cooperation is highly appreciated.

Regards,
Abir
If your correspondent has agreed to cooperate, 1 is appropriate.
If your correspondent is already cooperating, 2 is better.
If your correspondent has made no commitment to cooperation, I'd consider using "would be highly appreciated".
 

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We capitalise:

- The first letter of every sentence.
- The word "I" (first person singular).
- Proper nouns (also known as "proper names") such as English, London, Australia, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the World Health Organisation.
- The first word of a complete sentence if it is contained in quotation marks.
 

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Is it "more"? :tick:

Thank you.


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