Please kindly aware.......... is it correct?

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Polyester

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The original sentences are as follow:

Please kindly aware the request has been made a few times. In order to ensure retrieval of receipts, please kindly separate the reprinted ones with your daily ones and clearly label them.

Are above-mentioned sentences correctly to write?:-|
 

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Please be aware you also need to use the linking verb 'be' with the adjective 'aware' in your first sentence.
 

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:up: People who use "above-mentioned" nowadays are typically using a very old dictionary, or translating word-for-word from another language they know, or both.

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I see "please kindly" a lot in English correspondences written in Asia, and I don't like it. It's redundant, and sounds very old fashioned (19th century).
 

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:up: People who use "above-mentioned" nowadays are typically using a very old dictionary, or translating word-for-word from another language they know, or both.

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So, what would you like to suggest me any advice?
 

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Piscean,
Are all my sentences correct? (Except "please" or "kindly" using together)
 
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