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    lior is offline Newbie
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    hi,
    Can you answer my question please-

    1. If I want to mention in the begining of the letter that it come as a continue to our telephonic conversation, is there a common phrase for that?

    2. there is a phrase in my language (hebrew) at the end of letters/conversation means 'thank in advance', is there a similar phrase in english I can use?

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Welcome to the forums!

    #1 "With reference to our telephone conversation the other day/on [date]"

    #2 "With thanks in advance" would make sense and be understood, but is not something I would normally say in a business letter.

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    Default You've been very helpful, thank's

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