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    #1

    I am pleased to inform you...

    Hi,
    Where shall I use the expression "I am pleased to inform you that..."
    Should it be a very good news for the person I am talking/writing to or can it be a good thing happened to me myself?
    I can explain if its not clear....
    Thanks

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    Re: I am pleased to inform you...

    It's a way of announcing good news- it doesn't have to mean that something good is to happen directly to the person you are writing or speaking to, but simply that they will feel positive about the news.

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