take advice great honour

bosun

Banned
korean
When you ask for advice in a letter, can I close my letter as follows?

I know you are very busy, but if you have time to answer my questions, I would take your advice as great honour.
 
  • xxAxx

    Senior Member
    English
    I'd proably say "if you have time to answer my questions, I would be very grateful." Or if you have to use honour "I would be honoured to receive your advice." or "it would be an honour to receive your advice."
     

    padredeocho

    Banned
    United States
    When you ask for advice in a letter, can I close my letter as follows?

    I know you are very busy, but if you have time to answer my questions, I would take your advice as great honour.
    I know you are very busy, so I certainly understand if you cannot address my questions. Whatever help you can give me would be received with great appreciation.
     
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