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Hi guys
I need your help. I'm going to send an email to the dean of the college and I would like to make very nice email without any mistake, So, here is the email:

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Dear Dr.

I'm . I met Cindy on Friday regarding to my score at the GMAT test and she recommended me to meet you. So, I would like to meet you on next Tuesday.

Thank you,

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Thank you
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26TMNTJG2PG she recommended to me to meet see you. So, I would like to meet you on next Tuesday.

Thank you,


Say:
...she recommended that I see you about it. Could we meet next Tuesday to discuss this?
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Dear Dr.

I'm . I met Cindy on Friday regarding to my score at the GMAT test and she recommended to me to meet see you. So, I would like to meet you on next Tuesday.

Thank you,
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Thanks buddy. Could you tell me, Why did you remove "to" after regarding? and is there grammer of (regarding to)?
Second, Is there "to" after recommended ?
You can with regard to...........................

"Someone recommended me" means "I am recommended" (to be your student).
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