How do you politely ask for approval?
How to write a request for approval
- Start with what you need. When asking for someone’s approval, be considerate of their time.
- Explain why you need it.
- Tell them why they should care.
- Show your enthusiasm for their response.
- Conclude your message.
How do you say please approve?
Some examples from the web: I would appreciate your approval for .. on the information below 2. Can you please approve/endorse the .. 3. I would appreciate it if you could …
How do you ask for approval in a sentence?
This is a polite sentence as it seeks approval. Would you approve of me marrying this beautiful woman?…How to ask for a permission or approval?
- May I …, please?
- Do you think I could + verb.
- Would it possible for me + infinitive.
- Would you approve of ……?
Is it correct to say kindly request?
“Which one is correct, “you are requested kindly” or “you are kindly requested”? Grammatically they’re both correct, provided that what you’re trying to do is impress your listener with how kind you are. Both forms are, in effect, saying “I am being kind by requesting this”.
Could you approve the same vs kindly request?
Could you please approve the same vs Kindly request you to approve the same. “Can you please approve this request?” is a natural-sounding way to ask a supervisor to agree to something. This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. “The same” sounds awkward to native English speakers.
What does “I need Your Kind approval” mean?
You could “need your kind approval”. (Not “kindly need”.) This would work where you want to emphasise that the approver is asked to be magnanimous. For example, “I wish to court your daughter, but first I need your kind approval.” It sounds like you’re trying to write a request letter, or make a request verbally.
What does could you approve the same mean?
is a natural-sounding way to ask a supervisor to agree to something. Could you please approve the same This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase.
How do you use kindly in a sentence?
The first thing to remember is that ‘kindly’ should be attached to the action of the person being addressed. Too often we see “I kindly asked if he would reply soon” when what is clearly meant is, “I asked if he would kindly reply soon”. So you cannot ‘kindlly need approval’.