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Would you like to acquire our service? Please let me know.

Could you please convert it to a formal sentence?

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kumenglish

Would you like to acquire our service? Please let me know.

Could you please convert it to a formal sentence?

'acquire a service' is not idiomatic. Maybe you mean something like 'subscribe to our service'? I don't know what you're trying to say.

CJ

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Hi kumenglish,

Is this what you need, maybe?

It's a Business English lesson about enquires, with examples about how to respond to them.

http://roadtogrammar.com/businessenglish/biz3/

I intended to say that Requesting him whether to buy our service. Anyway, I might be incorrect. Can you say suitable in formal?

kumenglishRequesting him whether to buy our service.

OK. Write: Would you like to become one of our clients?
Or write: We would very much like you to become one of our clients.

kumenglishCan you say suitable in formal?

This is very bad English. You consistently ask for something formal. That is not necessary. Nobody here is going to give you something to say that is non-standard, bad English, or slang. Assuming you are most interested in business English, just ask this:

Can you please tell me how to write this in good business English?

If it's not for business, leave out the word 'business'.

CJ

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Thank you for your suggestions and for giving samples. However, Would you like to buy our service at a competitive price?

Is this correct?

kumenglishWould you like to buy our service at a competitive price?
Is this correct?

Yes, it's correct.

CJ

Thank you for your suggestions and for giving samples.

The way of thanking someone. Is this correct?

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kumenglishThank you for your suggestions and for giving samples. examples.

It's very good if you will just change one word as shown above.

CJ

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