Recently, I've reported back to my customer representative and got stuck when I needed to say that some task will be solved in some ticket.
I usually play around with Language and try to diversify the way I express my ideas trying to put something more exclusive. I don't want to sound too mere.
In this fashion, I try to memorize the phrases and use them in my everyday activities so that I sound more natural, more like a native:
As an alternative to the phrase "in a question", I found some more:
- within the issue
- under the problem
Or maybe even better would be to rephrase the whole sentence.
I really hope you could help me with it.
As an example let's take some sentences with the same idea I've just made up:
- The problem you mentioned yesterday is currently under progress in the ticket
- The problem you mentioned will be solved in frames of the ticket (this is how I would translate it from my own language (Russian). I suspect it sounds a bit awkward)
- We will (are going to) cover the issue within the following ticket...
I don't like the last part of each sentence. How would you propose to express it differently so that it sounds more natural?