Please send me your completed application form in Italian.

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Baby_V

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italian
I'd like to know if the following sentence is correct.


"Please send me your completed application form in Italian."


Suppose I want to tell someone to send me their application form, which has been completed in the Italian language.


Thank you! :)
 
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  • Baby_V

    Senior Member
    italian
    I'm just not sure, Florentia52.

    I think if I say "please send me your completed application form in Italian", it would mean either "the form which has been completed in Italian" or "the form which provides details in Italian."
     

    Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    I think your sentence is workable as it stands. Structurally, it has the potential for ambiguity, but logically it makes sense.

    You would have to create a more complex sentence in order to avoid the potential ambiguity, along the lines of "Please complete your application…"
     
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