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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 3 months ago

Is this acceptable /good or great English? Does it have any mistakes?

“Hello, Alex. I want you to know, your Best Buy’s store manager, Samuel, was a pleasure! He told me about changes happening. He also told me about his hometown of Austin, Texas. He was such a pleasure, great guy! You should feel honored to work under him!”

Update:

No, Lois & Peter. Alex is NOT his Best Buy’s store manager. I’m telling Alex about his store manager, who’s name is Samuel.

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    3 months ago
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    It seems good, but some might prefer omitting the second mention of pleasure.

  • 3 months ago

    This is the correct answer:

    Hello, Alex. I want you to know you're Best Buy’s store manager.

    Samuel was a pleasure! He told me about changes happening. He also told me about his hometown of Austin, Texas. He was such a great guy! You should feel honored to work under him!”

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