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Thank you for letting me know. (This acknowledges transmission and reception of the message.)


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I really appreciate you for considering my application. I look forward to hearing about the status of my application. Best Regards


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(I believe minimal changes are the most useful, so I'll start with your sentence and modify it slightly, rather than starting from scratch.) "I'm so glad you agreed to collaborate..." OR "I was [so] glad to hear you agreed to collaborate..." These are less formal, more natural versions of the sentence you proposed. Note, so makes a sentence more ...


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You might as well write "I appreciate your intention to help with this project. Thanks a lot!"


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My suggestion would be: "Thanks for your help with this project!"


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My suggestion would be: I am looking forward to working (together/with you). using either "together" or "with you".


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I agree with louiser89 and I will add that - even though many people or perhaps most people don't think that "Dear" is appropriate on emails - I will continue to use "Dear" or, in my language, "Caro (Cara)". It is not only because we have always used it in letters and in commercial correspondence; it is not just traditions. "Dear" is a nice word, it is ...


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This is partly an email etiquette question. The guy didn't respond at all, and now you need to write to him again, and try to get him to respond this time. You want to get his attention -- hey guy, please don't ignore my message! -- But also, you don't want to irritate him, because they he'd be less likely to respond at all. I hope we can schedule a ...


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Do not use Dear unless it is very formal. Even on the first email I ever send a stranger I rarely use Dear. I find Hi too cutesy so I begin with the name followed by a colon. After the first email and initial reply I drop all salutations. If the person is unknown, I rarely use a salutation as the whole point is to personalize the email and avoid looking too ...


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Unless I am corresponding with an important person who does not work at the same organization, I typically drop it after the initial email and first reply.


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I usually just use the words Hi All,



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