Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
Are these sentences correct:
a) "I try to be as RIGOROUS as possible in my use of English."
b) "I confirm the information for the ISSUEING and SENDING of my visa."
- Anonymous9 months agoFavourite answer
a) "I try to be as PRECISE as possible in my use of English."
b) "I confirm the information for the ISSUANCE of my visa."
- Barkley HoundLv 79 months ago
a. I would use thorough or accurate instead of vigorous.
b. I do not believe you need both issuing and sending. Leave out sending. Issuing was spelled wrong.
- Anonymous9 months ago
a) is OK but most native speakers would not choose rigorous. Accurate would be a better synonym
b) a bit heavy on the particples: "I confirm enclosure of the information for the issue and despatch of my visa.
(despatch - or dispatch - is part of the issuing process so is probably unneccessary)