As I said, it's nonsense. Well, there are some Arabic letters in the church's name. But I still wonder, the websites I hit were all written by non-native English speaking people. And this time, I wonder a Johnson George Administrative Manager who seems to be a native, didn't check the website. I don't know in what way using of word kind shows that speaker is trying to be polite. Thank you for your native's advices. Hi, What does for your kind information mean? So you need to look beyond writers to the writers' employers.
And once I know it is written by non-native, and there are errors, every word suddenly became suspicious to me. Hi, I don't know in what way using of word kind shows that speaker is trying to be polite. Perhaps the writer is thinking of a phrase like 'For your kind attention', which makes sense and is often used. Yes, it's obvious that the writer is trying to be nice, but it's rather nonsensical. Native English-speaking expatriates often must write what their employers tell them to write, whether it's good English or not. Communication is not always via just the meaning, it's often via the tone of what is said as well. I will try to find other errors too.
Was this written by a non-native English? Best wishes, Clive Dear Friends, In sentences for your kind information and for your kind attention using of word kind is totally nonsensical to me. To me the use of word kind here is total nonsense. If I said 'for your stupid, irritating, goddaminformation, wouldn't you feel that perhaps I was trying to be rude to you? Thank you for your reply. . It would make someone sound very uneducated to me, as if they had made a mistake for 'kind attention'.
For example; The head website of the results This seems an official format. Kind means merciful or type but what does kind mean here? I will try to find where to look, when I want to know it is from Dubai. And do you have someone telling you how to write? So the expression was invented by non-native people. I still don't think so. This was probably written by a non-native English speaker. .
I must be more careful. However, the use of the word 'kind' in such a phrase does suggest the writer is making an attempt to be nice. Best wishes, Clive Well, Clive did point out that this is a nonsense phrase and you should use 'for your kind attention' instead, which may be a bit silly, but does sort of make sense. . My advice is not to say this. It is a phrase that is fairly widely used in business correspondance.
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