posted by R S Telagathoty on .
i have been asked to correct the sentence would you please assist : 1.when will you eat are you not hungry
It's hard to know the intent of the writer.
Some possibilities --
If you are not hungry now, when will you eat?
Aren't you hungry? When will you eat?
thank you Ms Sue for making it possible
You're welcome, RS.
in letter writing i cant understand why comma (,)is not followed after To in addresss could you assist
There is no rule for putting a comma after To.
As this site explains, we use a colon after To in memos.