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    Vocabulary Correct Usage

    Hi,

    Immediately after an in-person discussion with a colleague in office, if one sends a doc attachment, is it necessary to write in detail the purpose of the mail? Will it be ok to stop with a phrase? If so, which is the correct phrase: "Here it goes..." or "Here you go..."?

    Awaiting a speedy response.

    Thanks
    Mary

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    Re: Vocabulary Correct Usage

    Hello Mary, welcome to Using English!

    When I send an attachment, I usually put an accompanying note in the email, e.g.



    Dear Mary,

    I've attached the file you requested.

    Best wishes,

    MrP

    Best wishes,

    MrP

    Not a professional ESL teacher.

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