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How can I construct this sentence "The manager of the representative"? I mean about something like this: "representative's manager"

The full sentence is:

The manager of the representative said to us "Now, We are going to new way".

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    Not quite sure what the problem is. Do you mean like "The representative's manager said to us "Now, we are going a new way".? Its pretty much what you said. – user3169 Jun 17 '15 at 1:46
  • Thank you for the comment. First of all, I mean how to constrict these five words into three only: “The manager of the representative”. Second, I'd like to know by the way of the following sentence is correct grammatically: "The manager of the representative said to us "Now, We are going to new way". – Judicious Allure Jun 17 '15 at 2:10
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To condense this phrase "The manager of the representative" to three words:

The representative's manager

So putting this into your example:

The representative's manager said to us "Now, we are going a new way".

The other changes:
1) "we" is not capitalized.
2) The usual way to say this is "going a new way", meaning going in a new (business) direction.
Possibly you could say "going to a new way", but way is a countable noun so an article is needed.

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