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    Amanda and Tracy are friends. On Monday, 11 April 2016, Amanda wrote an email to Tracy saying,"I heard that you are selling your 'Purple BV Handbag' for $9000. I am interested in buying it, let me know if it is still available."

    On Tuesday, 12 April 2016, Tracy called Amanda and left a voice mail for her - "sure , provided you transfer the money to my bank account."
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    From the above situation, I am not sure why Amanda "heard" that Tracy was selling a handbag. Should it be considered as "invitation to treat"?
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    Amanda and Tracy are friends. On Monday, 11 April 2016, Amanda wrote an email to Tracy saying,"I heard that you are selling your 'Purple BV Handbag' for $9000. I am interested in buying it, let me know if it is still available."

    On Tuesday, 12 April 2016, Tracy called Amanda and left a voice mail for her - "sure , provided you transfer the money to my bank account."
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    From the above situation, I am not sure why Amanda "heard" that Tracy was selling a handbag. Should it be considered as "invitation to treat"?
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    From a moral, philosophical, sociological, epistemological viewpoint, I have no idea what tf you are talking about.
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    Read the sticky

    Also this thread, where a very similar question was looked at - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4335274
 
 
 
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