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I kissed my brothers wife what should i do to correct this mistake?
September 07, 2007 3:00PM
it depends how she took it, if it was mistake from her part as well than it is better to ignore it simply and if either of you meant it and wana try to avoid it in future do not see each other for 3-4 months it would be mistake in past
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In business or in academics, there is no excuse for a mistake. A letter can be written to acknowledge a mistake, to report a mistake, to apologize for a mistake, to correct a mistake. That letter can include reasons that the mistake was made and should include steps that have been taken to ensure the mistake is not repeated. It is unprofessional to make excuses for mistakes.
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Who corrects a mistake on your car insurance record?
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Is it correct grammar to say 'Me and Bob are going to the game'?
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