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    Post Please correct my sentences!

    Hope every will be alright at your side. With reference to your email of dated we are very thankful for your favour, cooperation and understanding for concerning our
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    Re: Please correct my sentences!

    You haven't explained the context here so I'll just rewrite it in a semi-formal tone:

    I hope everything is okay with you. In relation to your email of September 25th 2011, we are very grateful for you assistance*, cooperation and understanding with regard to our appeal.

    I hope to hear good news from you about the people suffering from depression.

    * this may not be "assistance" but it's definitely not "favour".

    I'm afraid the original isn't very good so it's difficult to get the right context. Therefore, I may have written something that you don't intend in the letter.

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    Re: Please correct my sentences!

    Quote Originally Posted by nakash View Post
    Hope every will be alright at your side. With reference to your email of dated 25 September, 2011 we are very thankful for your favour, cooperation and understanding for concerning our appeal.

    Hope to hear soon any positive response for the depressed people from your side.

    ONLY A NON-TEACHER'S OPINION


    I hope that everything is all right with you. I wish to express my profound gratitude

    for the understanding attitude expressed in your September 25, 2011, email. We are

    all looking forward to any assistance that you can extend to these people who are in

    such mental anguish.

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