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Woud you please help me make the following sentence grammatically correct? Also, I've always been confusing of how to use "follow-up." Would you give me some sample sentences with "follow-up" included? Thank you much for your help.

"I hope you had a Memorial Day weekend. I just wanted to follow up on our request regarding a SP estival. Please let us know if you have had a chance to forward our email to an appropriate person or if we need to contact different person."

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Hi Nhi83,

I have to follow up with a lot of people, and your note is a perfect use. (My only suggest has to do with the repetition of "person" - you would have needed "a" before the "different person," but instead try "someone else.")

A lot of my e-mails go

Hi [name of person],

I'm just following up on the draft I sent you. Have you had a chance to reiew it? If not, is there someone else who can? I need to have sign-off by [date] if we're going to get these printed in time for the [event].

And I'll get something like this back pretty often:

Hey Barb,

Thanks for following up. I forgot to let you know that it looks good to go from my end.

Follow-up with they hyphen is the noun, I believe. "Thanks for the follow-up." If you're following up, no hyphen.
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Thank you Grammar Geek for you help.
How do you know if it should be with a dash or without, (follow-up vs. follow up)
Please note that it's a hyphen, not a dash.

As a noun, use the hyphen. I'm doing some follow-up on the people who haven't responded yet

As a verb, don't use it. I need to follow up with the people who haven't responded yet.
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We will follow it up in future

I would like see if my sentence below is grammatically correct?

Just a follow up on my earlier email I sent you couple of days ago about various flight options in regards to your flights. Please let me know if you had made any decision on these flights.

cpu purple 151Just a follow up on my earlier email I sent you couple of days ago about various flight options in regards to your flights.

It is not a sentence. It is a long noun phrase.

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I just wanted to follow up with you about donation.

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