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elroy

Imperfect Mod
US English, Palestinian Arabic bilingual
Hello!

The context is that I e-mailed someone about a virtual class visit (I want to visit her class), and I asked her to confirm the time and send me the Zoom link. She didn't answer, and it's been a few days, so I wanted to follow up on the e-mail / check in with her.

In English I would say

"I'm writing to follow up on my e-mail. Could you please confirm the time and send me the Zoom link?"
or
"I'm writing to check in on this. Could you please...?"

How might one say this politely in Italian?

Thank you!
 
  • elroy

    Imperfect Mod
    US English, Palestinian Arabic bilingual
    Thanks! I'm on fairly informal terms with this person, and we use "tu" with each other. Your suggestion sounds a bit formal to me. Is there a more informal way to say this?
     
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