Would somebody please help me with the English?

1. I am afraid they do not receive the emails or not in the office as normally they do response promptly.

2. I sent a letter last few weeks asking for a help from an organisation. They replied and asked for the details information of my proposal. I have provided them with the details but I haven't received any response from them since then. Does it polite for me to ask them this question? "I was wondering if you have received the summary of the research proposal. If not, I am happy to send it to you again.

Regards,

Fizzi

1. I am afraid they have not been receiving the emails or are not in the office, as normally they respond promptly.
2. I sent a letter a few weeks ago asking for help from an organisation. They replied and asked for detailed information on my proposal. I have provided them with the details, but I haven't received any response from them since then. Is it polite for me to ask them this question?-- "I was wondering if you have received the summary of my research proposal. If not, I would be happy to send it to you again."

Regards,

Fizzi
Hi,

1. I am afraid they do not receive the emails or not in the office as normally they do response promptly.

1. I am afraid they did not receive the emails, as normally they respond promptly.

2. I sent a letter last few weeks asking for a help from an organisation. They replied and asked for the details information of my proposal. I have provided them with the details but I haven't received any response from them since then. Does it polite for me to ask them this question? "I was wondering if you have received the summary of the research proposal. If not, I am happy to send it to you again.


2. I sent a letter a few weeks ago asking for help from an organisation. They replied and asked for the detailed information about my proposal. I have provided them with the details but I haven't received any response from them. Is it polite for me to ask them this question? "I was wondering if you have received the summary of my research proposal. If not, I would be very happy to send it to you again".

I don't know, Fizzi. It's your decision. It's probably OK to ask. You might begin by saying 'I know you are busy and I am very sorry to bother you, but I was wondering . . . '

Best wishes, Clive

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Hi Clive and Mister Micawber,
Thanks for youe help.
Regards,
Fizzi