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Once they complete the process of reviewing the upcoming quotations and finalize us from them, he will get back to us.

Is it correct? and Also, Please suggest any phrase verb instead of "get back to"?

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kumenglishIs it correct?

No.

This part is very good:

Once they complete the process of reviewing the upcoming quotations

But I cannot understand the next part: and finalize us from them,

People (us) cannot be finalized, except when we die, our lives are finalized (finished).

I do not understand "from them"

I don't understand the next sentence: he will get back to us.

You were talking about more than one person -- "they", and now you mention one particular person "he." This is very confusing.



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kumenglishOnce they complete the process of reviewing the upcoming quotations and finalize us from them, he will get back to us.
and finalizing them for us, he will get back to us.

As shown. There is no better verb than 'get back' for this context.

CJ

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I meant "finalize our quotation from them(Competitor's quotations)".

Yes, I would have mentioned "they will get back to us once the process is done"

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Once they complete the process of reviewing and finalizing the quotations, they will get back to us.