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thank you Brian. very clear explanation.
it is really helpfull, thanks a lot!
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Thanks a lot Brian,

Very clear and helpful explanation!
Hi Brian,
Thanks very much your explanation has helped.
Have a good day.
Regards
Paulette
Hi, Brian!

What if I say, "My apology for the inconvenience, Ma'am".
Is there something wrong from that sentence?
If there is, what part of speech?

Thanks!
Zee
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Brian makes a very interesting point. And it all makes perfect sense.
The only thing though is that I was taught differently.
I was taught to always use "apologies" for yourself just like when you
say "congratulations". Although you might be congratulating only one person,
and you are the only one congratulating, you'll still tack an "s" on the end.
Hope this helps.

-P. Outhonesak
HI Brian,appreciate your explanation but my question is if " I apologies" is a correct sentence where only one person is apologizing then how the above definition is correct. waiting...
Anonymous HI Brian,appreciate your explanation but my question is if " I apologies" is a correct sentence where only one person is apologizing then how the above definition is correct. waiting...
It's more a question of general usage than of absolute grammatical detail. That's about it.
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