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Hi,

Could you please confirm that my sentences are grammatically correct and right word for these sentences, please?


Maintain the law in the order is vital important.

This is my referral/reference letter from Professor David.

Professor David is my referee. (The one who referred/introduced me for the job)

I didn’t get the job from referral centers/service; hence there is not referral fee to pay.


Thanks in advance.

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John AkiMaintain the law in the order is vital important.

"the law in the order" doesn't make sense. I suppose it is a mistake for "law and order".

"Maintain" and "vital" are the right kind of meaning but wrong part of speech. See if you can find the related words that are the correct part of speech.

John AkiThis is my referral/reference letter from Professor David.
Professor David is my referee. (The one who referred/introduced me for the job)

"David" is normally a first name. We do not normally use titles such as "Professor" with first names alone. (It is also possible for "David" to be a surname, in which case "Professor David" would be correct.)

A "referee" in this context is someone who provides you with a reference, which is a letter describing your qualities, abilities, character, etc., as they see these. It is not really "one who referred/introduced me for the job". A "referral letter", as I understand it, is not the same as a reference.

John AkiI didn’t get the job through a referral center/service; hence there is no referral fee to pay.

I am not particularly familiar with the terms "referral center/service" in this context. In the UK, the type of organisation that you seem to be referring to would typically be called an employment agency (or job agency, or recruitment agency, or just "agency" if it is clear from context what type of agency is meant).

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Thanks Sir.