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I call my boss asking for sick leave. Am I right to say

" I am not feeling well today, I would like to take sick leave today"
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Yes.
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I call my boss asking for sick leave. Am I right to say

" I am not feeling well today, I would like to take sick leave today"


" I am not feeling well today, I would like to take sick leave today" (A comma cannot be used after 'today'.)

" I am not feeling well today. I would like to take sick leave today" (I would replace the comma with a period.)
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Since hkqq is calling the boss, I don't think punctuation is an issue.
Can i improvise the sentence like this?

' I am not feeling well. I would like to take sick leave today. I am on medications and will be able to make it from tomorrow. '
I am not feeling well. I would like to take sick leave today. I am on medication, but I will be able to make it to work tomorrow.
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I will be on sick leave today.
Hi Ajinkya, my mother was not well today so could not go to office. Shall be able to send you the required documents by tomorrow. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Good morning sir, I'm sorry am unable to come for work today due to my sickness. I'll try to be in work by tomorrow.
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