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I want to send questions to someone, I want to ask you if this way is polite and if there are better ways:

  • I want to ask you questions, your answers would be appreciated
  • I want to ask you questions, your efforts would be appreciated
  • would you please check these questions and answer me
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Try something along these lines:

Dear So-and-so,

I'm curious about your recent statement that _____ and I'd like to ask you some questions regarding this.

{questions}

I appreciate your help.

or

...your recent statement in {publication} and...

or

You have a reputation for ___. I'd like to ask you some questions regarding ___.

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what is the meaning of regarding this in your first sentence ? –  Simeoni Peraparota Apr 1 '13 at 8:54
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