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In context: I am requesting our prospect to approve the project allocation with us after the deal has closed.


Please confirm the project allocation with us since we are up for starting this project.

Please confirm to allocate the project with us since we are up for starting this project.

Are these correct sentence?

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In this context, 'up for' is too informal.

Say '... we are ready/keen/prepared to start ...'

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Please confirm to allocate the project with us since we are keen on starting this project.

Is this a correct sentence?

Although, when can we use "up for"?

"allocate" is incorrect.

Out of my monthly income, I allocate $50 as mad money.

How can we say this "give the project to us" in business English?

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kumenglishWhen can we use "up for"?

Among friends in informal chat.

Are you up for a night on the town?

I'm up for pizza. How about you lot?

kumenglishHow can we say this "give the project to us" in business English?

Please award the contract / project to us.

Please contract with us to do this project.

I realize that you have other choices of vendors. We would be honored if you selected us to do the project.

Yes, It will be applicable to my appropriate context. thank you.

However, Can I say this?

If you award the project to us, we will get it done successfully and produce the quality of a product by using our well-versed resources.

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kumenglishHowever, Can I say this?If you award the project to us, we will get it done successfully and produce the quality of a product by using our well-versed resources.

The highlighted text is very poor / unnatural English.

If you award the project to us, we will get it done successfully and produce the quality of a product by using our well-versed resources.

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