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    Question I am glad to hear from you... can anyone check this sentence?

    After a period of silence, a recruiter e-mailed me with good news for me (I have been short-listed) and answering I wanted to write:

    Dear xxx

    I am very glad to hear from you.


    ....
    ....
    ....


    Is it correct?

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    Re: I am glad to hear from you... can anyone check this sentence?

    That's okay.

    So is something like "I was so pleased to get your e-mail."

    Good luck!

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    Re: I am glad to hear from you... can anyone check this sentence?

    "I am happy to hear from you" would be fine also.

    Best of luck!

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