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A. Just to clarify, please tell me if I still need your approval.
B. Just for clarification, please tell me if I still need your approval.
C. Just for your clarification, please tell me if I still need your approval.
D. Just for clarity, please tell me if I still need your approval.

Questions:
1. Which of the above sentences seem reasonable?
2. Of the sentences that are reasonable, which is most preferable or commonly spoken?
3. Don't you think statement C is rather impolite?

Your assistance is very much appreciated.
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Thanks, dimsumexpress, for your input. I can also see your point there and your suggestion makes it not confusing if I am to use it, but I hear some people saying "my clarification" or "your clarification". I just wanted to confirm if I understand them correctly when they say that phraWse.
Anonymouscan I say at the end "Thank you for your clarification" in the sense "Thank you for your explanation"?
Hi Anon
Yes, you could say that, but I'd say that "Thank you for the clarification" would be more common.
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Okay, thanks so much for that confirmation. I appreciate it. Emotion: smile
Has the issue been clarified? Emotion: wink
Yes, it has. Thanks to you, too, Grammar Geek, for your help. Emotion: smile
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