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Sentence correction: I am requesting meeting with you regarding on performance



 
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Sentence correction: I am requesting meeting with you regarding on performance #1 (permalink) Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:39 am   Sentence correction: I am requesting meeting with you regarding on performance
 

HI,

"I am requesting meeting with you regarding on performance"

" I persuaded M.Sc(Power Electronics) from Leeds University"

Does the above sentences contain any mistakes ?

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Sentence correction: I am requesting meeting with you regarding on performance #2 (permalink) Tue Jun 10, 2008 9:42 am   Sentence correction: I am requesting meeting with you regarding on performance
 

"I request a meeting with you regarding performance."

or:

"I would like a meeting with you regarding/about performance."

"Would it be possible to have a meeting regarding/about performance?

"Could we meet regarding/about performance?"

etc.
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