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    Also ask Ananda about the same.
    I would like you to clarify me.
    Also ask him about the same. Is this sentence structure is correct?
    Can I use about the same here or can I use in this regard rather than above the same.
    which one is formal and which is better to use in Business mails or discussions?
    Please clarify it.
    It would be better if you could give some some examples in this regard.
    Please correct me If i am wrong, I appreciate your help.
    Thanks in Advance.

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    Re: clarify

    Your sentence is correct.

    Other alternatives are :

    Please seek the opinion of ....
    Please take suggestions from...
    Please take the inputs from....

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