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Both opponents and supporters of the project had valid arguments.

The possible solutions were to build electric transportations such as the BART, Caltrain, and metro system that created zero pollution.

In this way, Cisco would create a clean, high-tech environment in the without polluting the air and destroying the habitat.

Other possible solutions were that Cisco can have a reward system for employees who used public transportations to commute, or put campus shuttles near the Bart stations or Caltrain stations that take employees directly to the site
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Hi Bbmak,

Welcome to the Forum.

I've made some changes and comments.

Both opponents and supporters of the Coyote Valley project had valid arguments. OK

The possible solution was to build an electric transportation system that created zero pollution, such as the BART, Caltrain, or metro systems. Is this what you mean?

In this way, Cisco would create a clean, high-tech environment in the Coyote Valley without polluting the air and destroying the habitat. 'Habitat' is a word that we tend to use when talking about animals. For people, we usually say 'the environment'.

Other possible solutions are that Cisco can have a reward system for employees who use public transportation to commute, or put campus shuttles, that take employees directly to the site, near the Bart stations or Caltrain stations. Are you speaking of the present or the past situation?

Best wishes, Clive
for the last sentence, thank for pointing out that i have shifted the tense. In addition, your comment is very helpful to me. I have been using some of your suggestions

Other possible solutions for Cisco were to reward employees who were not driving, and place campus shuttles near the Bart stations or Caltrain stations that would take the employees directly to the site.
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Hi again,

This version sounds good.

Best wishes, Clive
(The) other possible solutions for Cisco were to reward employees who were not driving(,) and [to] place campus shuttles near the Bart [stations] or Caltrain stations that would take the employees directly to the site.

The other possible solutions for Cisco were to reward employees who were not driving and to place campus shuttles near the Bart or Caltrain stations that would take the employees directly to the site.

1. The you could use because you say possible, thus you probably have in mind or mentioned already different solutions of the same type that could solve the same problem, 2. preferably no comma, 3. one to you could use because the previous infinitive (to reward) is too far, 4. you do not have to repeat the word stations the sentence is already long enough.

But, this is all the matter of style. Grammatically everything is fine even without what I have said.

  • I was there with the other girls (I am a girl)

  • Other materials were used as well (other type of materials were used)

  • The other similar materials were used (if similar suggests the same type and more)
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Hi,
It's hard to see a meaning in this sentence. I suggest you try to say it in another way.
Clive
Hi,

Thanks for your mail.

As we discussed in the morning, kindly confirm me your salary is negotiable and for this opportunity the best the client can. If you feel that you are interested with this salary kindly send me a confirmation mail as soon as possible.

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Vijay
Hi,

Thanks for your email / letter.

As we discussed this morning, kindly confirm that your salary is negotiable and for this opportunity the best the client can. If you feel that you are interested in this salary, please let me know as soon as possible.

I don't know what the underlined part means. Try to say it another way.

Clive
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