What to say in an email instead of I was wondering?

What to say in an email instead of I was wondering?

Some of the many alternatives are: Would it be possible to give me ? Do you think you might give me ? I would be most grateful if you could give me .

How to say I didn t receive your email politely?

One can correctly use/say “I don’t” when referencing multiple emails: “I don’t get [receive] your emai = I haven’t been getting your emails and I am not receiving them or I’ve never received any of your emails.

Has not received meaning?

“I have not received” means it did not happen though it is still possible that it could occur. The invitation did not come yet; I am still thinking I may be invited but don’t know.

Do not received or did not received?

i have not received vs i did not receive. Both of these phrases are correct; “I did not receive” is in the past tense, while “I have not received” is in the present perfect. The past tense makes something sound like it happened farther in the past than the present perfect.

Is it ” I’m just wondering if you have received “?

I’m just wondering if you have received or I’m just wondering if you had received ? I’m just wondering if you have received is the most popular phrase on the web. More popular! 28 records Once again, I’m just wondering if you have received my order since I accidentally ordered off of thedollyeye.com instead of coseye.net.

What does ” have not received a reply ” mean?

“Have not received a reply” is to call someone to task as if you were the boss of that person and you are discussing performance expectations. to my email beneath.

What’s the meaning of the idiom just wondering?

A: “Don’t you think it’s a bit rude to ask someone such a personal question?” B: “Sorry, I wasn’t trying to pry. I was just wondering.” Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved. (I was) just wondering. a comment made after hearing a response to a previous question.

What to do when you receive no response to a letter?

State the purpose of the letter, referring to the previous correspondence, and giving the reader an excuse for not having responded. Do not scold. I know you have been away on business, but I am wondering if you received my letter of January 7, asking you to send me your year-end report.

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