My husband and I would like to schedule an appointment to do a walk through sometime Saturday. Let me know if this is possible.
I am in the office on Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00pm let me know when A good time is for you and all be ready.
Is 2:00 okay?
Perfect all see you then!
While the word I'll does sound like the word all (if you have an accent), it is actually a conjunction of the words I and will. For example, instead of saying, I will be ready or I will see you then, you can say, I'll be ready and I'll see you then. All be ready implies that all persons involved should be ready and is a command. The same thing goes for all see you then, but this is even more awkward. From now on, please learn to distinguish between all and I'll. I hope this little lesson helps you further advance in your pathetic life, which sadly, is probably better than mine at the moment.
Okay so I may not have sent that last e-mail, but I wanted to. I can excuse it once. Maybe you were thinking something and wrote what you were thinking. It happens. But twice? No.