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    reply to accept supporting

    Hello!

    My office write an email to me that he can send some documents to me for my references and he also would like to come to me if I need his supporting.

    I prefer 2nd option that he come to me. But I also would like to get the reference files.
    If he come to me, I can get not only good advices, supports but also practical lessons.

    How can I request him politely?

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    Re: reply to accept supporting

    Quote Originally Posted by LanguageLover.Me View Post
    Hello!

    My office write an email to me that he can send some documents to me for my references and he also would like to come to me if I need his supporting.
    Someone in my office has emailed me offering to send me some documents for reference purposes but also to say that he is happy to come and help me personally if I need any support.

    I prefer 2nd option that he come to me. But I also would like to get the reference files.
    I prefer the second option - that he comes to me but I would also like to get the files.

    If he come to me, I can get not only good advices, supports but also practical lessons.
    If he comes to me, I can not only get good advice and support but also practical help.

    How can I request him politely?
    How can I reply to him politely?

    Please see my amendments in red above.

    I would say something like:

    "Dear [name]. Thank you for your email. I would be very grateful if you could send me the files you mentioned but if I need any extra help or support, it would be very helpful if you could advise me in person.

    [Your name]
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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