Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
1. Is this sentence correct:
a) "I apologize for the delay WITH WHICH I reply."
2. Are both these sentences correct, and do they mean the same:
a) "To this date, I've only been acknowledged receipt of my application."
b) "To this date, I've only been given notice of receipt of my application."
2. I saying I just received this message:
"We acknowledge receipt of your application. We will contact you again once the process is completed."
- Anonymous8 months agoFavorite Answer
"I apologize for the delay in replying."
To date, I have only received acknowledgement of my application
- John PLv 78 months ago
"I apologise for being slow to reply."
- Anonymous8 months ago
1. Correct, but awkward. Try this: "I apologize for my delayed reply." OR:
"I apologize for the tardiness of my reply."
2. I have only received acknowledgement of the receipt of my application, but not confirmation that the process has been completed.