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Dear all,

please check this short text, I am unsure about it.

"Dear XXX,

you have been warned several times about the deadline for sending the artwork. Now the only possibility is to print the artwork in Pakistan and then bring it to Germany. Unfortunately it will be the worst option because our workers will face big difficulties in sticking the artwork on the panels.This is a very intensive stage of the work and requires special equipment and above all suitable place. At the stand, during the setting up, there will be the worst conditions in terms of dust and dirt, therefore we fear that the artwork will be damaged."

My doubts are: "to face problems" ," stage of the work", "there will be the worst conditions"

Thank you in advance for your help.

Pamela
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Hi Pamela - here are some suggestions.

"Dear XXX,
You have been warned several times about the deadline for sending the artwork. Now the only possibility is to print the artwork in Pakistan and then bring (ship?) it to Germany. Unfortunately it will be that is the worst option because our workers will face big difficulties in sticking the artwork on (affixing the artwork to) the panels.This is a very intensive stage of the work and requires special equipment and above all a suitable place. The worst conditions in terms of dust and dirt will be at the stand during the setting set up --, there will be the worst conditions in terms of dust and dirt-- ; therefore we fear that the artwork will be damaged.
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Hi AlpheccaStars,

thank you so much!!

I have only one small question: why did you correct "setting up" and replace it with "set up"? The rest is really very clear!

Thank you so much

Pamela
"set up" is commonly used as a noun.
thank you so much!!

Pamela
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