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How do you politely ask for more details?

How do you politely ask for more details?

Asking for information

  1. I am writing to enquire about…
  2. I would be grateful if you could give me some information/further details about…
  3. I would appreciate some information about…
  4. I would be interested to receive further details about…

How do you write a professional email asking for something?

Fortunately, the structure of a formal email of request is very simple:

  1. You start the email or letter by explaining what you are writing about (the topic/subject) and what the email’s purpose is (i.e. you want to ask them some questions or for something).
  2. Then in the next section, you ask them the questions or requests.

How do you ask for further instructions?

  1. Listen carefully. Make sure to listen attentively when your boss is explaining a task or project.
  2. Ask immediately. When in doubt over an assignment or faced with a problem, don’t ever hesitate to ask for help or clarification.
  3. Respect your boss’s time.
  4. Be brief and straightforward.

Was wondering An example?

I was wondering where you had put my sunglasses. I thought I’d call you because I was wondering where you are at the moment. I was wondering if we should go and visit Paula this weekend.

How do you ask for something professionally?

  1. Lead with the ask.
  2. Establish your credibility.
  3. Make the way forward clear.
  4. If you’re asking a question, propose a solution.
  5. Be scannable.
  6. Give them a deadline.
  7. Write your subject lines like headlines.
  8. Edit your messages ruthlessly.

When to use should I be of further assistance?

If you insist on using “should,” maybe this would be closer to what you want to say: “Should you feel that I can be of [any] further assistance, please feel free to contact me.” – Papa Poule Mar 13 ’15 at 23:08 No problem!

How is an offer terminated if a condition is not met?

An offer which expressly provides that it is to terminate on the occurrence of some condition cannot be accepted after that condition has occurred; and such a provision may also be implied. In other words, termination of an offer may also occur due to a condition not being met .

How is an offer terminated in Errington v Errington?

In Errington v Errington [ 8] , where a unilateral offer was made, the courts decided that so long as the repayments were being made by the son and daughter-in-law, the father’s offer could not be revoked.

How is the withdrawal of an offer communicated?

However, the revocation must be communicated effectively directly or indirectly to the offeree before acceptance [ 2] . This is supported by Byrne v Van Tienhoven [ 3] , where the withdrawal of an offer sent by telegram was held to be communicated only when the telegram was received. [ 4]