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    #1

    confirmation from or confirmation of you?

    We are looking forward to hear a positive confirmation from you at this special event. Is this ok?

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    Re: confirmation from or confirmation of you?

    Welcome to the forums.

    No – the sentence is not OK, though 'confirmation from' is correct.

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    Re: confirmation from or confirmation of you?

    I would say "for" this special event.

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