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Can someone help me about my email reply?
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My colleague email:
Dear Ehsan,
yesterday you mention that everything in power is going wrong so could you please tell me what to do and how to handle and what to do to correct all problems

Best regards
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My reply....to my colleague

Dear MR. John
ُThere is no any mistakes in power department, my aim was they don't have a good Qualified computer man like you.
so I have told you as advised (Do hard work as hard worker) and focus on your tasks for your future Permanente of mentioned department Computer man like now.

Best regards

please help me about my email reply , if there is any grammatical mistakes, so inform me
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Ehsan SamimiMy colleague's email:
Ehsan SamimiYesterday you mentioned that everything in power is was going wrong so could you please tell me what to do and how to handle and what to do to correct all problems?
Did you mean "in office" (for example) by "in power"?
Ehsan Samimimy aim was I meant that they don't have a good qualified man to computer issues, like you.
Use "don't" above while they still lack such a man. Otherwise use "didn't".
Ehsan SamimiSo I have told you it as an advise. (Do hard work as a hard worker) and focus on your tasks for your future Permanente of mentioned department Computer man like now.
I couldn't find out what you meant by the highlighted part above.
Ehsan SamimiMR. John
Mr is not normally used with a first name only. The same is true of Mrs and Miss.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
AnonymousMR. John
And also, the second letter is normally not capitalized. (Mr. John Smith)