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Hi,

Question:
Which sentence is grammatically correct in a job application cover letter?

Sentences:
1) I will arrange the earliest possible travel once I receive an invitation for an interview.

2) I will arrange the earliest possible travel once I receive an invitation for the interview.

3) I will arrange the earliest possible travel once I receive the invitation for an interview.

4) I will arrange the earliest possible travel once I receive the invitation for the interview.

5) I will arrange the earliest possible travel once I receive your invitation for an interview.

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Travel is incorrectly used in all of them. I would say: I will make travel arrangements as soon as I receive an invitation to an interview.

CB
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They all seem presumptuous to me. You are stating that an invitation to interview is a certainty.

If I am invited to interview, I will make my travel arrangements immediately.
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Hi,

If I tell you the situation, will you change your answer about an/the/your?

I am now in the UK, but my home is in the US.
I apply for a job in the US.
If the employer interviews me, I will go back to the US immediately.

I will write the above sentence in my job application cover letter.
Both an invitation and your invitation seem all right to me.

CB
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