A formal way to say that you "asked the person for" something before is...
A formal way to say in an email 'we are thinking about' doing something, is
When you have more than one question to ask, you use this to introduce the first question.
A more formal way to say in an email 'also', is
A politer way to say 'we want', is
A polite way to ask the person to send you something (e.g. a file, a document etc...) by email, is
A phrase like 'specifically', which is used to say exactly what information you want them to give you, is
A verb used to ask the person to 'explain' something to you, is
A formal way to say that 'you would be pleased' if they do something for you, is
How you begin a question when you want the person to tell you if something will happen (or is included) or not, is
A polite phrase that introduces the section of the email where you ask the person your questions, is
для контролю знань і залучення учнів
до активної роботи у класі та вдома