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Thank you very much.
I'm afraid this form may sound a little affected, though. Maybe an intermediate form would be more appropriate. What would you suggest me in this case?
However, there are some other expressions that you can use to ask a favour:
I'd be grateful if you could... (quite formal)
I would appreciate it if you could / would... (quite formal and could appear a little angry)
Do you think you could... (friendly)
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