Anonymous:This an answer to an e-mail from a company asking for my resume!
I used the expression "hereby" and not really sure if it is used in a correct way.
Would please comment!!!!
Anonymous:Thank you for your comment, I appreciated a lot.
Anonymous:hi...that's a really good question! hereby also means nearby. it does not fit the sentence in that context. it means "as a result of this.....". this is how you use 'hereby'= I hereby resign as a president of the class for today. or i hereby give you the permission to touch my laptop. Hope that you understand how to use 'Hereby' now. Good luck!![H]
If you were applying to me for this job, you eliminated yourself at Fellowing. Hereby doesn't make sense in this context. Forthwith could have been used if the goal was to sound more erudite - but doesn't add anything to the message in my opinion.
Anonymous:This email took you out of consideration. Typos, same phrases used twice, big words. You should keep it conversational and to the point. Hereby/Herewith/Herein and any other such are not even used in follow up emails by attorneys. Less is more in this case.
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