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A colleague emailed me saying

I need your help

"I need your help",but offering no further details. Now, what what be a formal reply to this which doesn't promise too much nor seemsseem cold/unhelpful.

a) Sure. How can I help?

b) Tell me or unhelpful?

c) Regarding?

a) Sure. How can I help?
b) Tell me?
c) Regarding?

WhcihWhich one of the above seems most appropriate.? Or there is some other sentence/phrase that's most or phrase more appropriate for this kind of situation  ?

A colleague emailed me saying

"I need your help", offering no further details. Now, what what be a formal reply to this which doesn't promise too much nor seems cold/unhelpful.

a) Sure. How can I help?

b) Tell me?

c) Regarding?

Whcih one of the above seems most appropriate. Or there is some other sentence/phrase that's most appropriate for this kind of situation  

A colleague emailed me saying

I need your help

but offering no further details. Now, what what be a formal reply to this which doesn't promise too much nor seem cold or unhelpful?

a) Sure. How can I help?
b) Tell me?
c) Regarding?

Which one of the above seems most appropriate? Or there is some other sentence or phrase more appropriate for this kind of situation?

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A collegecolleague emailed me saying

"I need your help", offering no further details. Now, what what be a formal reply to this which doesn't promise too much nor seems cold/unhelpful.

a) sureSure. How can I help?

b) Tell me?

c) Regarding?

Whcih one of the above seems most appropriate. Or there is some other sentence/phrase that's most appropriate for this kind of situation

A college emailed me saying

"I need your help", offering no further details. Now, what what be a formal reply to this which doesn't promise too much nor seems cold/unhelpful.

a) sure. How can I help?

b) Tell me?

c) Regarding?

Whcih one of the above seems most appropriate. Or there is some other sentence/phrase that's most appropriate for this kind of situation

A colleague emailed me saying

"I need your help", offering no further details. Now, what what be a formal reply to this which doesn't promise too much nor seems cold/unhelpful.

a) Sure. How can I help?

b) Tell me?

c) Regarding?

Whcih one of the above seems most appropriate. Or there is some other sentence/phrase that's most appropriate for this kind of situation

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