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This is an instruction for the students for drafting a notice.

Can you check this for grammatical errors?

You are Adtithyan/ Arthi, school pupil leader of Mother Teresa Convent in New Delhi. Your school is organizing a free eye check-up camp for the poor people in school playground on the 14th of next month. Leading eye specialists from in and the around the city are going to be present for this camp. Draft a notice inviting student volunteers for this camp. The volunteers can be any grade from VII to XII.

2. To notify means to officially or formally state something

The notice as a whole is a communication wherein something is formally stated.

My question is whether it is appropraite to start a notice with a statement like this: This is notify that...
Hi,

This is an instruction for the students for drafting a notice.

Can you check this for grammatical errors?

You are Adtithyan/ Arthi, school pupil leader of Mother Teresa Convent in New Delhi. Your school is organizing a free eye check-up camp for the poor people in school playground on the 14th of next month. Leading eye specialists from in and the around the city are going to be present for this camp. Draft a notice inviting student volunteers for this camp. The volunteers can be any grade from VII to XII.

2. To notify means to officially or formally state something

The notice as a whole is a communication wherein something is formally stated.

My question is whether it is appropraite to start a notice with a statement like this: This is notify that...

If you want to say that, say 'This is to notify you that . . . ' Thuis sounds quite formal to my ear.

You could also say 'Please note that . . .'

Or you could just start right into the main point.

eg instead of 'This is to notify you that there will be a free . . . '

simply say 'There will be a free . . . '

It all depends on how formally such things are normally worded in your culture. Perhaps you might feel that Canadians are too informal. Emotion: smile

Clive
Thank you Clive.

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Hi again,

Sorry!

This is an instruction for the students for drafting a notice.

Can you check this for grammatical errors?

You are Adtithyan/ Arthi, school pupil leader of Mother Teresa Convent in New Delhi. Your school is organizing a free eye check-up camp for the poor people in school playground on the 14th of next month. Leading eye specialists from in and the around the city are going to be present for this camp. Draft a notice inviting student volunteers for this camp. The volunteers can be any grade from VII to XII.

You are Adtithyan or Arthi, school pupil leader of Mother Teresa Convent in New Delhi. Your school is organizing a free eye check-up camp for the poor, in the school playground on the 14th of next month. Leading eye specialists from in and around the city are going to be there. Draft a notice inviting student volunteers to help run the camp. They can be any grade from VII to XII.

Clive
Hi Clive, thank you very much for the corrections.

They have shown me that it is very much possible that some times glaring errors go undetected. Further I learn that I need to be brief when the context is explanatory.

Thank you once again Clive

Suresh
Hi,

Yes, I find that learners with good English commonly fall into the trap of saying too much. It's just a matter of practice, and of listening to and reading natural English.

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Clive,thank you very much for the suggestion.
Hi

After two days a Free eye check up camp is going to held
in our school. The timing is 2:30 to4:00pm.All parents are
requested to come here for the check