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    "Noted" or "Noted with thanks"

    Hi Teachers,

    Sometimes I read some emails, people will reply "Noted" or "Noted with thanks", that means they understood or they got it, I'd like to know if it is a proper English in email? Please advise. Thanks

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    Re: "Noted" or "Noted with thanks"



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    Re: "Noted" or "Noted with thanks"

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    Hi Bobk, what did you mean? You mean this is a correct expression? Any other expression with same meaning if I reply the email?

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    Re: "Noted" or "Noted with thanks"

    The phrase 'Noted with thanks' is fine in any informal context; it's not informal, but the grammar is. Formally, you would need a bit of grammatical padding - along the lines of 'Your very fiull comments are noted with thanks'.

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