Let me explain the scenario. I had to write to a person saying that i spoke to my senior who advised me that after you (client) speak to the FSA the client ought to receive the password immediately. My superior was not the one who spoke to the FSA.
In that case would my referencing be correct or there should be a better way to write what I want to convey. I hope I have clarified my self.
Hello Alan, I really like to write in English but my problem is punctuation i’m interested in learning on this specific topic, could you give me tips or any particular pages to read about this?. Thanks in advance. Silvina.
At the moment I’m reading about comma usage with conjunction and other transitional expression (such as however, as a result, unfortunately, etc.), but it is confusing because I have two different rules, here are the examples: 1) Antohny, however, did arrive. 2) My grandmother has stayed up late four nights in a row; as a result, she can not seem to get well. Which one is the correct, since the first one requires two commas, and the second one needs semi-colon + comma. Thanks for your support.