Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Agnes"

The meaning of "Agnes" in various phrases and sentences

Q: "it was Agnes" ne anlama geliyor?
A: I would have to know the context but I think it means that Agnes did the action. For example:
-Who washed the dishes?
-It was Agnes.

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Q: Dear Agnes,
I'm not quite sure that you got my messages with regards to Medusa Apartnents as I did hear nothing from you, so I send you to this email address as well a summary of the info you asked for. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Dear Agnes,
I'm not quite sure that you got my messages regarding* Medusa Apartnents as I did not hear anything* from you, so Im sending you* this email address as well a summary of the info you asked for.
Q: Hello Agnes,
I apologise for my previous message. I was in a great hurry and I'm afraid I might not have been properly understood.
I'm so sorry I interrupted your call. I've been really busy recently. A lot of things is going on and I'm afraid there are quite a few times that unfortunately I'm not able to talk over the phone. So, it is more convenient for me to email you.In any case please do email me and you will get my answer as soon as possible.

Now, in relevance with your questions,

-Studio N9, The are twins beds in there. (Two single beds)

-Apartment N13 You are right on the small balcony with a sea view. There is no a second balcony, but there is a big window with view of our garden.

-It is not possible. The only rooms that we can put one extra bed for adults if need be are N15 & N14.

-The rooms that we can fit a baby cot are: N2, N3, N5, N7, N11, N13, N14, N15.

-When it comes to breakfast/dinner, I'd like to have a little bit of time to discuss this with my partner and I'll get back to you with all the details you asked for. In about two day's time I'll let you know about this matter.

I'll be more that happy to answer any other inquiries you might have.
We will be in touch. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Hello Agnes,
I apologise for my previous message. I was in a great hurry and I'm afraid I might not have been properly understood.
I'm so sorry I couldn't recieve your call. I've been really busy recently. A lot has been going on and I'm afraid there is so few time that unfortunately I'm not able to talk over the phone. So, it is more convenient for me to email you.In any case please do email me and you will get my answer as soon as possible.

Now, in relevance with your questions,

-Studio N9, The are twins beds in there. (Two single beds)

-Apartment N13 You are right on the small balcony with a sea view. There is no second balcony, but there is a big window with view of our garden.

-It is not possible. The only rooms that we can put one extra bed for adults, if need be, are N15 & N14.

-The rooms that we can fit a baby cot are: N2, N3, N5, N7, N11, N13, N14, N15.

-When it comes to breakfast/dinner, I'd like to have a little bit of time to discuss this with my partner and I'll get back to you with all the details you asked for. In about two day's time I'll let you know about this matter.

I'll be more that happy to answer any other inquiries you might have.
We will be in touch.
Q: Who murdered Agnes le Roux ? Maybe it's her husband, maybe she drowned in the sea, maybe it's an vendetta ( she was Italian), maybe it's some bandits in Nice. The mystery of this murder remains ...
Thank you Ladies and Gentlemens bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Just a couple of grammar mistakes. You started out speaking in the past tense, so you must stay in the past tense - 'maybe it was her husband', 'maybe it was a vendetta', 'maybe it was some bandits in Nice'. 'a vendetta' instead of 'an vendetta' because 'an' only comes before a vowel. 'ladies and gentlemen ' because gentlemen is the plural of gentleman

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