Can you proofread this email for me?

Hi Ms. Lisa, I believe you have received my ticket (if not please let me know)

After the ceremony, my mother and I would like to invite you to a lunch or dinner on the same day. Either one works best for you.

Sincerely,

Yi.

You did quite well. I made a few subtle changes.

Dear Ms. Lisa,

I believe you have received my ticket. If not, please let me know.

After the ceremony, my mother and I would like to invite you to a lunch or dinner on the same day. Please let me which one works best for you.

Sincerely,

Yi.

NewstarMs. Lisa,

That is an unusual salutation. We usually address people by their family names in formal letters:

Dear Mrs. Pinkerton,

And in informal letters by their first (given) name:

Dear Lisa,


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