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As I must send an e-mail to the editor of a journal, I'd like to know your opinion about the following paragraph:

"You should receive the corrected proofs for the article shortly. I also take this opportunity to note that, as I did the corrections in a rush, so as to send them as quickly as possible, I forgot to include a couple of minor corrections, which I hope I can mention now: ..."

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That sounds excellent.

One thing you could change, is which I hope I can mention now to which I will mention now. Either way works, but "hope" sounds like it might not happen. "Will" is for sure.

Perfect writing. I'm impressed [Y]

I am only a learner, not a native speaker as Gazoppa, but if I were too send that e-mail, I would probably make the following small changes. So I decided to reply to see if it would also be fine as follows:



You should receive the corrected proofs for the article shortly. I also take this opportunity to note that, as I did the corrections in a rush in order to send them as soon as possible, I forgot to include a couple of minor corrections, which I would like to mention now:

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^ That works very well; it flows a little better because there are less phrases set apart by commas. [Y]