Find the differences between each pair of sentences and decide which version is correct. In each case there are two mistakes, one in each version of the sentence.
1 a) The reason that I am writing this email is to inform you that our AGM is held on 23 December this year.
1 b) The reason that I write this email is to inform you that our AGM is being held on 23 December this year.
2 a) If there is any question please let me know.
2 b) If there are any questions, please feel free to let me know.
3 a) Thanks for your invitation for the Christmas party. I am available at any time.
3 b) Thanks for your invitation to the Christmas party. I am available for any time.
4 a) Please see the below information. I look forward to hearing from you.
4 b) Please see the information below. I look forward to hear from you.
5 a) We are planning a fairly exciting party this year.
5 b) We are planing a very exciting party this year.
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