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Hi.

I wonder if you can comment on the following sentence and let me know if it sounds natural to your ear.

I am sorry to bother you with another email of mine.

I have used the above sentence alot in my correspondance with different people, but the other day a friend of mine said this is not a good way to express my apology in case I am writting so many times to someone.

I would be grateful if you could tell me your opinion.

Furthermore, it would be kind of if you could provide some other options for conveying the same meaning.

Thanks
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Hi,

I wonder if you can comment on the following sentence and let me know if it sounds natural to your ear.

I am sorry to bother you with another email of mine.

I have used the above sentence alot in my correspondance with different people, but the other day a friend of mine said this is not a good way to express my apology in case I am writting so many times to someone.

I would be grateful if you could tell me your opinion.

Furthermore, it would be kind of if you could provide some other options for conveying the same meaning.

I would probably just say I am sorry to bother you again.

Or instead, I might end by saying Thank you once again for your time.

Much depends on who you are writing to, and your relationship with the person.

eg Is it business or personal? Why are you bothering them?

Clive
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Thank you very much for your answer Clive.

I am writing an email to American embassy, they told me to stop sending them email. And they informed me that they are processing my case.

But I have to email them and ask them about something.

Thanks agin for your time Clive.
Hi,

I am writing an email to American embassy, they told me to stop sending them email. And they informed me that they are processing my case.

But I have to email them and ask them about something.

I suggest you use my earlier suggestions, ie

at the start I am sorry to bother you again.

at the end Thank you once again for your time.

But really, if they told you to stop, perhaps you should stop ?Emotion: indifferent

Clive