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Could anyone please explain why this sentence is incorrect?  I have been told that "it's just not right".  Are there any grammar rules or reasons as to why it is not correct?  I used this sentence at a closing of a cover letter.  Any help is appreciated - Thanks!


"We hope you will find our Qualifications to be well-organized, concise, and most of all, to exceed your expectations."

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Besides the capitalization of "qualifications" it seems to be correct.  Though it seems strange to have well-organized and concise qualifications.  Wouldn't it be better to have extensive qualifications rather than concise?

link comment answered Feb 21 '14 at 22:22 brudish New member

analysis job will be to decide what really the customer wants the software to do

link comment answered Oct 20 '16 at 08:02 jannatul naima New member

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