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May I ask you something? Do you mind me e-mailing you the material to edit? If you do, then let me clarify this. I only e-mail that material which is somewhat personal and which will be hard for anyone to edit/correct in the text window of peopleforums. But I'm sure nice girls like you don't mind such trivial things -:)

My sister, Jane Austen, who is a lecturer in University of Chandrapur asked me to get a rubber stamp made for her. Which one of the given variants will you suggest? I think I will go with the first one because Dept looks better on stamp and of is okay with lowercase ''o''. Would you like to suggest any other variant?
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Jackson6612Please correct the given text:

May I ask you something? Do you mind me e-mailing you the material to edit? If you do, then let me clarify this. I only e-mail that material which is somewhat personal and which will be hard for anyone to edit/correct in the text window of peopleforums. But I'm sure nice girls like you don't mind such trivial things -:)

My sister, Jane Austen, who is a lecturer in University of Chandrapur asked me to get a rubber stamp made for her. Which one of the given variants will you suggest? I think I will go with the first one because Dept looks better on stamp and of is okay with lowercase o. Would you like to suggest any other variant ?

Use my, as an adjective before the noun; if this sounds too stuffy, change the structure to do you mind if I email.
Use would or do.
Anything different sounds more natural to me.
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I am sorry but I do not get you question.Emotion: sad
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