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Hello everyone,

Is the grammar in the sentence below correct? Is it understandable? Thanks.

This is to inform you of an accumulation of grease in the drainage pathway in the corridor leading to your company premises on the ground floor.

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anonymous accumulation of grease in the drainage pathway

Anon-

I think you posted something like this before. It is still strange.

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If there is grease on the floor, people will slip and fall. They will break their arms, wrists or legs. This is a dangerous situation, and the grease must be mopped up regularly.

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You had "canal" before", and now it's "pathway". I think you want "channel". I am having trouble picturing what you mean, though, because I can scarcely believe that there is an open drainage channel in the floor of an interior hallway. But supposing there is:

anonymousThis is to inform you of an accumulation of grease in the drainage pathway in the corridor leading to your company premises on the ground floor.

This is to inform you of an accumulation of grease in the drainage channel in the corridor leading to your company's premises on the ground floor.

What happened to the makeshift urinal?

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