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Can you help me express the following sentences? Especially sentence 3.

1) Herewith I'd like to confirm the booking for a double room in half board for five nights.
2) Here are the datails of my credit card.
3) According to your hotel cancellation policy, you won't charge us any fees if we cancel our booking within 48 hours prior to our arrival.

Let me take you to the station.
Is this sentence possible?

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  1. 1) Please confirm the booking for a double room in half board for five nights.

    2) Here are the details of my credit card.

    3) OK

    Let me take you to the station.
    Is this sentence possible?
    Yes, it's fine.

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