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I have made a draft specifications about some materials. But it is not fully complete. still more information needs to be provided. in the email, how to say this?

I wrote it like "Still draft is short of details." is it grammatically correct and conveys the meaning?

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If you are writing an email, it would be best to write something like, "This draft is still a work in progress; some additional details will need to be fleshed out before it can be < insert what you intend to do with it after that: be sent to a client, presented to the boss, etc. >."

  • Thank you. could please comment on my sentence? – Aayvu.com Jan 28 '18 at 10:25
  • It should say "The draft {the definite article "the" is needed, because we khow which draft we are talking about} is still short on details." But from a practical point of view I would advise you not to draw attention to the drawbacks of what you are sending. You are denigrating your work. – tenebris2020 Jan 28 '18 at 10:29

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