Grammar

“Thank you for your interest” – Meaning and Proper Usage

“Thank you for your interest” is a phrase that can be interpreted in several different ways. When it’s used at the start of a conversation, it’s usually interpreted literally and means “Thank you for showing that you’re interested in what I’m offering”. However used at the end of a conversation usually means “I know you’re …

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“I look forward to working with you” – Here is how to use the phrase

At the end of your first conversation with someone new, you might either say or have said to you the phrase “I look forward to working with you”. This is a sentence that’s written in the present tense. But there’s actually several different tenses within the sentence. Of course, the reason why we say it …

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