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    #1

    is this sentence right?

    Hi everybody,
    what about the following sentence:
    If you agree, kindly ask you the following documents:
    Is it correct?

    According to me, we should express it like that(we should add ''we'' and ''for'') :
    If you agree, we kindly ask you for the following documents:


    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: is this sentence right?

    You're on the right track, Loufa.

    What about:
    If you are in agreement, would you please furnish the following documents?
    1. a copy of the ...
    2. the original ...
    or
    If you agree, please forward the following documents: 1. a copy of the ...
    2. the original ... and 3. the receipt for...

    John

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    Re: is this sentence right?

    Thank you john,
    your answer is helpful. In fact, at work, I'm used to use such request ''kindly ask you'' and you give more choices

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