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Is this grammatically correct to write such a note with my email.

Note : You`ll find a Romanian paper which is the original copy of bachelor degree. Also I have attached the English version along with my documents.
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Hi Jess,
The second sentence is perfect. The first sentence is missing a determiner, for "bachelor degree" (which actually needs to be "bachelor's degree"). I think the most appropriate determiner to use is probably "my", but it depends what you're trying to say. I would write it like this.

You'll find a paper in Romanian, which is the original copy of my bachelor's degree.
Best wishes,
David.
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Note: Among my documents, you`ll find a Romanian document which is the original copy of my bachelor's degree. I have also attached an English version.
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