Which resources could you put at my disposal for me to accomplish my mission

dahue

New Member
French
Hi,


I am applying for an internship, could you tell me if it is correct to say:



Which resources could you put at my disposal for me to accomplish my mission (grant, accommodation...)?


Thank you very much!
 
  • Elwintee

    Senior Member
    England English
    Hi,


    I am applying for an internship, could you tell me if it is correct to say:



    Which resources could you put at my disposal for me to accomplish my mission (grant, accommodation...)?


    Thank you very much!
    Hello, dahue.
    I speak British English, and your sentence sounds rather long-winded to me. Do you really have a 'mission'? That is is usually a religious or military term. I would just ask: "Please tell me what you will provide me with (grant, accommodation, etc)."
     

    dahue

    New Member
    French
    Maybe, it's better to say:

    - Which kind of resources could you put at my disposal for me to accomplish my mission (grant, accommodation...)?

    Or even,
    - What kind of resources could you put at my disposal to accomplish my mission (grant, accommodation...)?
     
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