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Hi teachers ,

Is there any difference between proposal , proposition and suggestion ?

Can I write like this ?Iwould appreciate it very much if you could take the trouble to edit it for me.

Based on the suggestion/proposal /proposition of salary raise made by the personnel manager and after considering constributions made by Mr. John Smith during his work , the director hereby decides to give Mr.John Smith a pay raise from $1,500/month to $1,800/month starting from May 01,2008.

We look forward to Mr.John Smith 's continuous contribution to the growth of the company.

Thank you in advance
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TuongvanHi teachers ,

Is there any difference between proposal, proposition and suggestion ?

Can I write like this? Iwould appreciate it very much if you could take the trouble to edit it for me.

Based on the personnel manager's suggestion of/proposal /proposition for a salary rise and after considering the contributions made by Mr. John Smith during his work, the director hereby decides to increase Mr Smith's salary from $1,500/month to $1,800/month starting from May 01,2008.

We look forward to Mr. Smith 's continuous contribution to the growth of the company.

Thank you in advance
Either suggestion or proposal will work in this context.
Thank you very much Feebs

By the way , which of the following is right

a/Decision on salary/payrise .

b/ Decision on increasing salary

Best wishes
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As a heading?

Decision on payrise.
Hi,

What's the difference between pay raise and pay rise? I always use pay raise and this is the first time I see pay rise used. Have I been wrong all along?
Thank you Feebs very much . I'll buy you another beer

Best wishes
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Maybe the difference is a UK/US thing. We would say "pay raise" here, or just a raise.
Hi teacher,

How do I say "a UK/US thing" in words ? Ist it "a UK between US thing?

Best regards
Thanks, GG.

Tuongvan , how about "UK-vs-US" difference? Emotion: big smile
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