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Please reply me as soon as you get this message to get aware me that you have received my message.

Please correct my sentence.
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Please acknowledge receipt of my letter ASAP.
Hi,

Please reply me as soon as you get this message to get aware me that you have received my message.

Please reply (to me) as soon as you get this message to let me know that you have received it.

Best wishes, Clive
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Hi,

Thank you Clive.

But do you think "get aware me" is incorrect anywhere, or it is incorrect only in this context.

Please help me.
I'm afraid it's always incorrect Emotion: sad
User_garyPlease reply me as soon as you get this message to get aware me that you have received my message.

Please correct my sentence.

"Please inform me as soon as you receive this message."
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Gosh, there are several alternatives (as noted by the fine folks who have replied). Here's another one: "Please reply as soon as you receive this message so I know that you received it."

Some other thoughts:
  • Personally, I would never write "reply back" because the word "reply" assumes that the recipient is to communicate back (i.e., reply) to the sender.
  • I thought I might simplify the sentence even further to "Please reply as soon as you get this message," but I caught myself! The sender wanted the recipient's reply so he/she (1) was assured that the message was indeed received and (2) learned of the message's content.
Okay, I'm done analyzing this one! Emotion: smile
Some other thoughts:

  • Personally, I would never write "reply back" because the word "reply" assumes that the recipient is to communicate back (i.e., reply) to the sender.
  • I thought I might simplify the sentence even further to "Please reply as soon as you get this message," but I caught myself! The sender wanted the recipient's reply so he/she (1) was assured that the message was indeed received and (2) learned of the message's content.


  • Okay, I'm done analyzing this one! Emotion: smile

    I can't understand what you mean by these.

Re the first bullet point, the phrase "reply back" is redundant. One only needs to use the word "reply."

Re the second bullet point, sometimes editors edit TOO much. I was explaining why I didn't try to edit too much of the original sentence.

Hope that helps.

Jim
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