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We enclose another copy of our report replacing the one that we sent to you last week as that copy is incomplete.
We have enclosed enclosed another copy of our report replacing the one that we had sent to you last week, as that copy is incomplete.
flower1234Is--is-- this sentence all right? We enclose another copy of our report replacing the one that we sent to you last week as that copy is incomplete.Hi,
This sentence is not correct. Please note my comments below.
We have enclosed a recent copy of our report with this letter, replacing the one that we sent
to you last week, as that copy was incomplete.
1) In this sense of the verb enclose, we usually have to include the phrase with [something],
as noted above. Personally, I wouldn't use this word here because the sentence becomes a little
wordy thus. I would use attached instead, for example.
2) If we send a recent (or: most recent) copy of our report, we usually expect it would replace
the previous one.
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