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Hi, What other informal words can replace "convey" with? Please convey my apologies to your wife. Would 'send' or 'pass on' work here? Other suggestions? Thanks!
 Hi.
I apologize for bringing this up again.
Would someone please check the wording below?
Please apologize on my behalf to your wife.
Is it completely interchangeable with Clive's suggested sentences?
 Yes, except that you asked for 'informal and 'on my behalf' is not very informal.
 Many thanks, Clive. Emotion: smile
CliveYes, except that you asked for...
Sorry, I didn't notice that MustAsk wants to say it in an informal way. ...
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Hi. Any difference between 'manage' and 'be able to' in: She never studies but always manages to pass her tests. He always manages to win somehow. Somehow, they've managed to avoid trouble ?Thanks in advance ...
Anonymous I think there is no difference between MANAGE and BE ABLE TO.
She was able to save the young boy from drowning.
She managed to save the young boy from drowning.
 I would say : "She does thing(s) to be able to"
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What is the correct way to say the sentence? Which printer is the document printing from/to? There are so many printers. I don't know which it prints from/to. Thanks
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Hi. Could someone please tell me what is the difference between the two bold phrases in the sentences below? 1) He received a lot of kudos for saving a drowning child. 2) The company has earned kudos for responding so quickly to customers' concerns.
 
MIGwhat is the difference between the...
They mean the same. Some writers remember that the word is or was actually singular and avoid 'a lot of' as confusing. ...
 Thank you very much, Mister Micawber.
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Hi. What's the difference between the ties and the bonds between people? Thanks in advance
 No real difference, although one may sound better depending on the context.
eg we commonly speak of 'family ties'.
 Or "Tie the knot". Emotion: love
Kanye and Kim tie the knot in Italy.
So when are you two going to tie the knot?
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