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    Question Any specific format or structure for such a function?

    Hi all,
    In reply to a mail I need to confirm that the original address I'd given hasn't changed yet, and they can still contact me (via)/(through)/(at)-?-the same address, as required by them. Would anyone please tell me if there is any appropriate and formal structure to put this, or any layout for such a short email? I thought threre must be some rules or clishe for this purpose.



    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Any specific format or structure for such a function?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi all,
    In reply to a mail I need to confirm that the original address I'd given hasn't changed yet, and they can still contact me (via)/(through)/(at)-?-the same address, as required by them. Would anyone please tell me if there is any appropriate and formal structure to put this, or any layout for such a short email? I thought threre must be some rules or clishe for this purpose.



    Thanks in advance.
    You can tell them that they can still contact you at the same address.

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    Re: Any specific format or structure for such a function?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    You can tell them that they can still contact you at the same address.
    Many thanks! And is there any format for such a mail? Would it be ok to send such a quick note in reply?

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    Re: Any specific format or structure for such a function?

    Or, any site where I can find the common formats, please?

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    Re: Any specific format or structure for such a function?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Or, any site where I can find the common formats, please?
    There's no need for this. Just say what you want to say, for example:

    Dear Mr Johnson,

    I am writing to confirm that you can still contact me at the address you have on file: 13 Erewhon Street, Anytown, Oxbridge, OX34 CV12

    Your sincerely

    Freda Bloggs.

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    Re: Any specific format or structure for such a function?

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    There's no need for this. Just say what you want to say, for example:

    Dear Mr Johnson,

    I am writing to confirm that you can still contact me at the address you have on file: 13 Erewhon Street, Anytown, Oxbridge, OX34 CV12

    Your sincerely

    Freda Bloggs.

    You know how thankful I am! Many heartfelt thanks!

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