A polite nudge email


New Member
Chinese - Traditional

I am following up with a senior person who was supposed to be providing some info during the weekend. I am starting my message with:

Sorry for bugging you with yet another note, and I hope you are doing well

Our communication style is usually less formal. Does this sound right to a native speaker?

  • JuniorMiss

    New Member
    English - USA
    I would write: 'Sorry for bothering you with yet another note. I hope you are doing well.'

    'Bugging' seems a little too informal to me. I also think these should be two different sentences because they are expressing two unconnected ideas.

    I hope this helps!
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