What is another way to say I understand?
Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense. These are all polite ways to show that you understand and respect someone’s opinion, without having to say if you agree with them. Of course / Absolutely.
How do I write a good noted email?
- It is duly noted. Thank you.
- Yes, I have taken note of it. Thanks.
- Thank you for the reminder. I will look into it and let you know the findings.
- I look forward to it. Thanks.
- I have no issues with the matter. Please proceed.
How do you reply that email is received?
A simple reply stating “got it,” “received it,” or “thank you” might relieve my worries. So, yes, I do think it is polite and appropriate to acknowledge receipt of valid emails as soon as possible. Following are a few additional comments. 1.
Is Please be advised polite?
italki – “please be advised” “pleas be noted” I often find these phrase, “Please be advised …”, “Please be. “Please note” — not “please be noted” — is a modest and polite way of calling someone’s attention to something. “Please be advised” is more formal, unrelaxed, and legalistic.
How do you write a letter to a PhD supervisor?
Here are some things to keep in mind when emailing potential PhD supervisors to increase your odds of getting a response.
- Keep it short. Professors are short of time and receive a ton of emails each day.
- Make a Connection.
- Have a Clear CTA.
- Introduce yourself.
- Have a Clear Subject Line.
- Thank them for their time.
- Follow up.
How do you use well noted in a sentence?
I got a job offer and I have to attend a psychological test tomorrow, 08:30 am. I can’t attend at that time so I ask for a reschedule on next Monday. The HR person replied to my email with: Well noted.
Is it rude to say Noted with thanks?
There’s nothing automatically or intrinsically wrong with “noted with thanks.” The words themselves aren’t impolite, but – like a lot of other phrases – it can come across as impolite if used improperly and it sounds sarcastic or ironic, or if it sounds abrupt.
How do you ask someone to be your PhD supervisor?
The Dos and Don’ts of Contacting a PhD Supervisor
- Do check how (and if) they want to be contacted.
- Do research their current research interests and activities.
- Do stick to email for that first contact.
- Do keep it brief for now.
- Do give them something to reply about.
- Don’t start by asking for funding.
- Don’t attach your full research proposal to the first email.
Is Please be noted correct?
“Please be noted” is incorrect usage. “Please note” is correct.
How do you say it should be noted?
Synonyms for It must be noted
- it should be noted.
- it is to be noted.
- it is noted.
- it is worth noting.
- it should be pointed out.
- it is noteworthy.
- include. v.
- it is important to note.