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    Question Sorry for calling you so early!

    If I call a person at an early time, like call a coworker before the work hours, I think it is correct to say that "Sorry for calling you so early!" However, if I am not calling him but sending him a short message, "Sorry for calling..." doesn't sound accurate. How do you express yourself in this circumstance? And how about calling a person very late? Thank you!

    Emily


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    Re: Sorry for calling you so early!

    I would write: Sorry for texting you so early.

    Regards,
    Doris

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    Re: Sorry for calling you so early!

    A standard disclaimer is "I hope I didn't wake you!" even though you know full well that you did.

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