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How do you say as soon as possible in a polite way?

‘As Soon As Possible’ Synonyms

  1. “… by [date and time] because [reason]”
  2. “When you have a chance [in the next day, before tomorrow, this week]”
  3. “I apologize for the urgency, but could you please [do X, send me Y, complete Z] at your soonest possible convenience?”
  4. “EOD”

What can I say instead of as soon as possible?

Alternatives to ASAP

  • As soon as possible, or _____. Use this to say that something’s urgent, but can wait until a specific deadline if necessary.
  • Promptly. This one can serve as a nudge by suggesting the recipient has been less than prompt.
  • At your earliest convenience.
  • Whenever you’re able.

How do you ask something urgently in an email?

To get their attention to your request, use something like : “[Urgent] — [What you need here] by [When] — Thanks for your help! ” Then set the email as priority mail. In this case, they immediately know what you need without pressing inside your mail.

When use can and could?

Can, like could and would, is used to ask a polite question, but can is only used to ask permission to do or say something (“Can I borrow your car?” “Can I get you something to drink?”). Could is the past tense of can, but it also has uses apart from that–and that is where the confusion lies.

Is it correct to say in this regard?

The correct phrase is “in regard to.” You may be confused because “as regards” is another way to introduce a topic. Many people believe both phrases are unnecessary business jargon. Better options, depending on the particular sentence, include “concerning,” “regarding,” “about,” “in,” and “with.”

Which is correct in respect of or in respect to?

You use with respect to to say what something relates to. In British English, you can also say in respect of. Parents often have little choice with respect to the way their child is medically treated.