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English, 01.05.2017 18:01

The sentence "sickly people cost the company a whole boatload of dough" is not acceptable because

a. it is impolite to discuss financial matters in business correspondence
b. the sentence contains a loaded word as well as slang.
c. the sentence is appropriate so long as it is sent through email only
d. none of the above

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