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I will reply your email soon.

I will reply to your email soon.

Which one is corerct?

Thanks
Full Member240
I will reply to your email soon.
Junior Member91
Maverick9211I will reply to your email soon.
Really? My teacher told me that 'I will reply your email soon' is correct?
not really. Some senior member wil clear this thing
MyShirley
Maverick9211I will reply to your email soon.
Really? My teacher told me that 'I will reply your email soon' is correct?

I will reply to your email soon. (BrE)

I will reply your email soon. (AmE)

Veteran Member8,073
I will reply your email soon. (AmE)
No!!! Where did you get this information? Emotion: smile

I will reply to your email soon. (AmE).

CJ
Veteran Member53,405
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CalifJim
I will reply your email soon. (AmE)
No!!! Where did you get this information? Emotion: smile

I will reply to your email soon. (AmE).

CJ

How about 'I will reply your email'? Is it BrE? Is it correct?
CalifJim
I will reply your email soon. (AmE)
No!!! Where did you get this information? Emotion: smile

I will reply to your email soon. (AmE).

CJ

I will reply your email soon. (AmE)
I will reply to your email soon. (BrE)

I shall write him at once. (AmE)

I shall write to you at once. (BrE). [In BrE 'to' would have to be added.]

(The Right Word at the Right Time)
CalifJim
I will reply your email soon. (AmE)
No!!! Where did you get this information? Emotion: smile

I will reply to your email soon. (AmE).

CJ
It should be "I will reply to your email soon." (BrE).

Please see above post regarding the British and American versions.
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