Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
Does it make sense to say:
"I submitted an application to replace a lost identity card, and to this day I haven't RECEIVED ANY NOTICE from you."
Note: By 'received any notice', I mean 'received any information or feedback'.
- CogitoLv 71 month ago
It should be, "I submitted an application to replace a lost identity card but I've not yet received a reply."
And as I've mentioned to you many times, you shouldn't put commas before the words 'and' or 'but'.
- GloriaLv 71 month ago
I prefer to write I submitted an application to replace a lost identity card and haven't had a reply to date.
To date means the same thing as to this date but it sounds more professional.
- Russ in NOVALv 71 month ago
Just say "I have not received a response". And don't use all caps, it just looks like you are yelling at them. Then you need to follow with a question that they can respond to like: What is the status of the application?