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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    When asking for an update, it's usually a good idea to start with a statement of appreciation. "Thanks for keeping me posted on the project. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished product." In this next part, you can explain what your specific need is. "When would you expect to have the projectRead more

    1. When asking for an update, it’s usually a good idea to start with a statement of appreciation.
      “Thanks for keeping me posted on the project. I’m looking forward to seeing the finished product.”
    2. In this next part, you can explain what your specific need is.
      “When would you expect to have the project completed by?”
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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    It is not appropriate to say this because the proper way to ask for a suggestion is "Do you have any suggestions?"

    It is not appropriate to say this because the proper way to ask for a suggestion is “Do you have any suggestions?”

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    It is grammatically correct to say "please feel free to relay your comments, suggestions or corrections.". In this context, please is an interjection used to express a polite request.

    It is grammatically correct to say “please feel free to relay your comments, suggestions or corrections.”. In this context, please is an interjection used to express a polite request.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Yes, we can use this sentence in an email conversation. An alternative way to say this is, "Feel free to add any further comments that would be helpful in evaluating the proposal."

    Yes, we can use this sentence in an email conversation. An alternative way to say this is, “Feel free to add any further comments that would be helpful in evaluating the proposal.”

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    It is correct to say "Please feel free to add your comments if any". This is an example of a phrase used to give a polite suggestion.

    It is correct to say “Please feel free to add your comments if any”. This is an example of a phrase used to give a polite suggestion.

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    Yes, it is correct to say, "Please feel free to add if I have missed out anything"

    Yes, it is correct to say, “Please feel free to add if I have missed out anything”

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    Yes. It is correct to say "please review it and let me know if anything was missed" in an email to a colleague.

    Yes. It is correct to say “please review it and let me know if anything was missed” in an email to a colleague.

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    Yes, this is correct. You can say "please" in order to politely ask for something or to express a polite request. In this case, you are politely asking the reader to tell you if they have any comments or suggestions.

    Yes, this is correct. You can say “please” in order to politely ask for something or to express a polite request. In this case, you are politely asking the reader to tell you if they have any comments or suggestions.

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