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    As requested please update

    As requested, please provide us with monthly updates to brief our management on the status of refund.

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    As requested, please provide us monthly updates to brief our management on the status of refund.


    Do both the above sentences correct and convey the same meaning? What is the use of with in first sentence.

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    Re: As requested please update

    They both have the same meaning. Both need "the" before "refund'.

    "With" is a preposition. There is no difference between "provide us X" and "provide us with X".

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