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Are these sentences related to the matter of formal letter writing?

1. Awaiting for your/the reply.
2. Waiting for your/the reply.
3. Waiting for your/the feed back.
4. Waiting for your/the response.
5. Hoping for your/the reply.
6. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
7. I am looking forward for your/the reply.

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Subash.S
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All these are suitable in a formal letter:

Awaiting your reply.
Waiting for a reply.
Waiting for your reply.
Looking forward to hear from you.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Awaiting your response/feed back/comments.

Prajwal

+3

Several of the choices mentioned earlier are only phrases. My advice is to use only full sentences in a formal letter.

Clive

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+2
Looking forward to your reply. This is just a phrase.
I am looking forward to your reply. This is a full sentence, better for a formal letter.

Clive

+1
Yes they are; however, on numbers one through five, the "the" should not be there.
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Hi
Subash, I feel the #4 sentence in my post is wrong. Omit it. The infinitive to hear is a blunder here.

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Prajwal
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Sir, could you please explain it with examples?

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Subash.S
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I am looking forward to hearing from you
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Hi,

That's a little less formal.

Clive
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