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Want to know you understand the sentiment and what Im trying ti say?

I work with a wedding planner as I am a photographer. The wedding planer calls me from time to time when he has a client that's interested in my work supposedly.

I want to write this to someone, may you clear up what I'm saying and find suitable words? Wary is correct if you talk about the planner sending email?

I'm always wary of the wedding planner and what he thinks of my work. When he emails me with a job, I don't know if it's because I'm cheap that their clients want to hire me because clients are on a tight budget or if it's because the clients like my work. I know the wedding planner wouldn't propose my work to someone with a big budget. So when he emails me to tell me a client likes my work, I don't know if he's turned to me because he has very little money to work with or if he proposes my services to all his clients and when he calls me, the clients really like my work. I ask myself whether the wedding planner calls me because he likes my work or because he has a budget to work with.

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a client ask me question and I need to reply something like, whats better or wrong, client is in america.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they see fit.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they like.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they want.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they please.

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I'm always wary of the wedding planner and what he thinks of my work. When he emails me with a job, I don't know if it's because I'm cheap that their clients want to hire me because clients are on a tight budget or if it's because the clients like my work. I know the wedding planner wouldn't propose my work to someone with a big budget. So when he emails me to tell me a client likes my work, I don't know if he's turned to me because he has very little money to work with, or if he proposes my services to all his clients and when he calls me, the clients really like my work. I ask myself whether the wedding planner calls me because he likes my work or because he has a tight budget to work with.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they see fit. OK

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they like. OK

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out whenever they want. OK

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they please. OK
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Who are you writing this to?
What are you trying to achieve with this email?

It's obvious that you do not have a very good opinion of this wedding planner.

This is what I would say:

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it so that the bride and groom can print out the ones they like best, put them in a digital picture frame, email them to their friends and family, or share them on Facebook.
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I was writing this to a friend to explain what I think.
Please can you tell me the different mistakes and how to correct the grammar.

I'm always wary of the wedding planner and what he thinks of my work. When he emails me with a job, I don't know if it's because I'm cheap that their clients want to hire me because clients are on a tight budget or if it's because the clients like my work. I know the wedding planner wouldn't propose my work to someone with a big budget. So when he emails me to tell me a client likes my work, I don't know if he's turned to me because he has very little money to work with or if he proposes my services to all his clients and when he calls me, the clients really like my work. I ask myself whether the wedding planner calls me because he likes my work or because he has a budget to work with.

Grammatical speaking, the underline part, is there anything wrong, and is there a better one and can I use one of them and not sound weird?

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they see fit.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they like.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they want.

I do not print out the photos. I give out a DVD with all the photos on it that the bride and groom can print out as they please.
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Is proposed followed + to? In the dictionary its not followed by to.
I know the wedding planner wouldn't propose my work to someone with a big budget.
If he proposes my services to all his clients and when he calls me, the clients really like my work.
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AnonymousIs proposed followed + to? In the dictionary its not followed by to.
What is it followed by (in your dictionary)?