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Is this sentece correct?


Please notify us, who is the successor of Mr. ABC . Is this sentece correct?

Thank you in Advance!

Can i use notify (some one inform me) in a sentence?

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Yes, of course, you can use any word in a sentence. But to double-check your grammar and spelling I would advise you strongly to use a proofreader or a software like Grammarly

Personally I think your sentence is a little bit like straight talk, it would be better to write like this : "Could you notify us about who is the successor of Mr. ABC?"

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