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    #1

    Usage of "Would be kind enough".

    Is the following sentence correct according to English grammatical rules and meaning?

    # You would be kind enough to reply me ASAP.

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    Re: Usage of "Would be kind enough".

    Please stop using the # symbol at the start of your sentences.

    Your sentence isn't grammatical. You might use:

    Would you be kind enough to reply to me ASAP?
    If you would be kind enough to reply to me ASAP, I will be very grateful.
    Please reply to me ASAP.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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