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comment Is it appropriate in a sort of business related mail using “'em”, contracted form of “them”?
In Business emails.. it depends on the individual who observes this usage. Most may let it go....but some may not approve. I would suggest not using "them" at all times...
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comment Is it appropriate in a sort of business related mail using “'em”, contracted form of “them”?
gmcgath -That was a fine way of putting it... " 'em" is a big no-no in written communication. maybe ok while texting. anything is accepted in that lingo nowadays.. :)
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comment “Compete with” or “compete against”
That is a nice way of putting it. I tend to use the combinations "Compete with" and " play against"
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comment Can 'revert' be used as a synonym of 'reply'?
Shreevatsa : I guess so.. but i have noticed that the usage is mainly in India. I have not come across the usage in the e-mail from America/ Europe/ Oceania
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