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    Usual expressions


    -Is it better to say, ' Thanks for your clarifying e-Mail.l ' or thanks for those explanations', or there is a more common expression in english?

    -As soon as I receive the document from X, by e-mail, I will go to....
    as soon as + present or future?


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    Re: Usual expressions

    Thanks for THE explanation (if there was only one subject explained) or thanks for the clarification (the e-mail [not e-Mail] part of the response is probably unnecessary).

    As soon as + present tense.

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