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Please comment grammar and sentence structure:

Today, I have printed a report to manager which are showing the status of overdue payment that are not yet received from client. After a quick checking on the report, she regretted that all those payment will be received to account are as smaller as they are. Then, she tell me to forward the files to responsible colleagues for their follow-up action. I then divided the files into 6 and email to colleagues for their attention.

Rita NganPlease comment on the grammar and sentence structure.

Today, I have printed a report to manager which are showing the status of overdue payment that are not yet received from client. After a quick checking on the report, she regretted that all those payment will be received to account are as smaller as they are. Then, she tell me to forward the files to responsible colleagues for their follow-up action. I then divided the files into 6 and email to colleagues for their attention.


This paragraph suffers from many errors, especially incorrect verb forms. All the actions are completed in the past. Past tense is required. The subjects are singular, yet the verbs are mismatched in the plural form. Finally, articles (a, the, an) are missing and there is confusion between singular and plural nouns. The message is garbled. I cannot understand the sequence of events. Here is my best guess as to what you want to say:


Today, I printed a report showing the status of Mrs. Marshall's account with all the payments that are overdue as of today. I sent the report to my manager, Mrs. Smith. After checking it, she regretted that the account was about to go into default, with six months of overdue payments, even though they were for fairly small amounts of money. She asked me to forward the information to colleagues who would be responsible for contacting Mrs. Marshall and collecting the overdue payments plus late fees. I did as she requested, sending the information to six colleagues and asking them to follow up.

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Would you mind comment on the paragraph again?

Today, I printed a report showing the status of the projects which the payments were overdue. I sent the report to my manager, Mrs Smith. After checked, she regretted for the small amounts of money that would be returned to us. I was told to forward the information to relevant colleagues for chasing the overdue payments. Then, I sent colleagues an email of this issue. It was done.

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It is better, but still has some issues.


Today, I printed a report showing the status of the projects which had overdue payments. I sent the report to my manager, Mrs Smith. After checking it, she was concerned about the small amounts of money that would be returned to us. I was told to forward the information to certain colleagues so they could chase down the overdue payments, which I did. It was done.

Thank you