As per our last phone conversation, noted you will pick up the cargo in the first week of June. Which date your are planning, please advice.
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Hi,

As per our last phone conversation, noted you will pick up the cargo in the first week of June. Which date your are planning, please advice.

As per our last phone conversation, we note you will pick up the cargo in the first week of June. On which date are you planning to do this? Please advise.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
Dear Mr. Hurt,

as per our conversation or per our conversation

thank you'

lee
Hi,

You can say either really, it's just business jargon. Nicer English would be to say things like

'As we agreed yesterday. . . ' or 'In accordance with our conversation. . . '.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
Is it right to say

As per our telephonic conversation...
Hi,

No.

As per our telephone conversation . . .

Clive
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Anonymous:
Clive,
You are wrong.
"Telephonic convesation" is correct. Telephonic is an adjective. Telephone is a noun. "* converstaion" - * is an adjective.
I've lived my whole life in English-speaking countries and have never heard anyone say that.
Do people say it a lot where you live?

Clive
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Anonymous:
Hello --

Clive is correct. In English, nouns can become adjectives simply by placing them before another noun. They are then "adjectivals." So "telephone conversation" is fine. Some words have adjective forms that are used, so there are exceptions, but typically, it is simply the placement that makes them function as adjectives.

The list is legion: book club, watch band, love match, etc. etc. etc.
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