posted by Henry2 on .
Can you check the grammar in these two sentences, please? Thank you.
1) Best would be to know the name of the principal "and" the teacher who is designated with these programs; if I find that information I post it to you. 2) Addressing both would be considered as very polite and since you want something from them, pampering seems good.
Do you think an English mother-tongue speaker wrote them?
No, a native English-speaker did not write these!
1) It would be best to know the name of the principal, as well as the teacher who is designated for these programs. If I find that information, I will let you know.
2) [I'm not sure what you mean here. Please explain in more detail. For example, who or what are "both"?]