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    Writing to you after many years

    Which of the following sentences is natural, grammatical and idiomatic?

    1. I regret that after all these years, I have to write to you but with a favour.

    2. I am writing to you after so many years. I regret that my first letter should be about a favour
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    Re: Writing to you after many years

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