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Which sentence is gramatically correct to end a business letter?
Please let me know how you would like to proceed, and who we should contact to coordinate the test.
Please let me know how you would like to proceed, and to whom we should contact to coordinate the test.
ANSWER: the second one is correct
“Let us know how should we proceed” or “Let us know how we should proceed”
The second one is correct. You have an embedded question – a question (“How should we proceed?”) within a request/order (“Let us know …”). In “normal,” non-embedded questions, you would reverse the order of the subject (“we”) and the modal verb (“should”) – so the statement “We should proceed in X way” becomes “How should we proceed?” (“we” and “should” have switched places). But we don’t reverse the order in embedded questions, so “we” and “should” remain in the same place as in the original statement:
“Let us know how we should proceed.”
More examples of embedded questions:
“I don’t know who they are.” – Not, “I don’t know who are they.”
Is it correct to say please let me know how to proceed?
please let me know how to proceed
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Check if sentence is grammatically correct- please check the schedule and let me know for any changes?
From a technical grammar standpoint, the sentence violates no grammar rules. However, the prepositional phrase at the end makes no sense. You can correct the sentence by replacing the word “for” with the word “of” or the word “about.”
Is it correct English to say- will you or he please text me and let me know?
“Will either you or him please text me, and let me know. “I’m pretty sure… ^-^’Yes, “Will you or he please text me and let me know” is grammatically correct. “Will you or him please text me…” is not.
Is this sentence grammatically correct-can you know please?
Technically, it is correct because it has a subject and a verb. However, its syntax can be improved to sound better – ‘Can you please know?’
Do let me know if any further details is required?
The correct sentence would be “Please let me know if any further details are required.”
Is this sentence grammatically correct Please let me know a time and date that are convenient to you?
“Please let me know a time and date that is convenient for you.” is grammatically correct.