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  1. tanujesh's Avatar

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    #1

    Request you to reply at the earnest.

    Hi All

    Please check this sentence and let me know if it would be incorrect to use this sentence " Request you to reply at the earnest." while sending a mail and expecting a reply ASAP.

    Thanks


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    Re: Request you to reply at the earnest.

    Welcome to the forums.


    "Please reply to this email at your earliest convenience. Thank you."

  2. tanujesh's Avatar

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    Wink Re: Request you to reply at the earnest.

    Hi

    I was surprised by your Welcome message,I was expecting a reply to my question though.


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    Re: Request you to reply at the earnest.

    Quote Originally Posted by tanujesh View Post
    Hi

    I was surprised by your Welcome message, I was expecting a reply to my question though.
    It is a politeness to welcome a new poster to the forums. Your suggested sentence was indeed incorrect; my suggestion was given as a suitable alternative.

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