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    Default Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply them?

    Hi teachers,
    I would like you to really help me on this matter.
    I've received a few CVs from some really good English teachers. I would like to thank them and ask them how much do they charge per hour before taxes.
    Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply them?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Default Re: Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply them?

    Quote Originally Posted by learning54 View Post
    Hi teachers,
    I would really like you to really help me on this matter.

    I've received a few CVs from some really good English teachers. I would like to thank them and ask them how much do they charge per hour before taxes.

    Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply to them?

    Thank you in advance.
    Thank you for submitting your CV. Please advise what your hourly rate (before tax) is. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply them?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Thank you for submitting your CV. Please advise what your hourly rate (before tax) is. Thank you.
    Thank you so much for your reply and corrections. The thing is when I see your corrections, I always say, 'Of course'. It seems I need to pay a lot of attention.


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    Default Re: Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply them?

    How about gross hourly rate?
    Hope it helps.
    Shan.

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Thank you for submitting your CV. Please advise what your hourly rate (before tax) is. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Could you tell me in a couple of lines the politest way to reply them?

    Quote Originally Posted by shannico View Post
    How about gross hourly rate?
    Hope it helps.
    Shan.
    Hi Shan,
    Thank you for your suggestion. Yes it does!

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