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    #1

    Asking for a reason.

    Please correct me.

    Why don't you like pizza?
    (I am asking someone the reason).

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    #2

    Re: Asking for a reason.

    The first sentence is correct.
    The 2nd could be better with the "for the reason" (as your title.)

    Cheers!

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