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Well, if you ask a lot of questions in an email it could be that they are essential questions and it is vital that you have this information in order to do your job. To thank the person for answering all of your questions, you could say something like: thank you for patiently answering all of my questions, I really appreciate it! We can use these phrases to apologise for most things E. If you would like to reply a business email and apologize for asking so many questions, you can say something like "I apologize for all the questions, but. And they don't ask unnecessary questions. Every apology needs to start with two magic words: "I'm sorry," or "I apologise. I believe this will also put a smile on the recipients face and they will answer your questions in detail. It may be irritating or annoying to the other person but it is not wrong. Definitely use this if there has been any delay and you are sending a follow-up email or letter to someone. I do appreciate your quick response to the questions. You might want to say either, I do apologise taking up so much of your time, I do appreciate your assistance in this matter, it is important that I clarify everything so that I can finalise the deal. So you basically saying sorry if you are annoying them by asking so many questions. So you can either opt for an apology, express your gratitude or combine the two. Asking questions is a good habit to get into however, because if you don't ask, you don't know. Seeking clarification of points in business is not in itself wrong. Using this sentence is a simple way to apologize for asking a lot of questions. This is a good way to show that you are sorry for having to bother the other person by asking so many questions. I apologize for bombarding you with questions, but I am grateful for your answers. Sorry if I am being a nuisance by asking so many questions. In that case, there is no need to apologise - better just to say something like: "Thanks so much for helping me with all my queries. If there has been an unusual delay perhaps in an order for supplies or some kind of confusion and it has to be resolved or has finally been resolved after some time. I do appreciate your quick response to the questions - this tells the recipients that you are grateful but also looking for a quick response to the questions. I do assure you I wont need to trouble you further once I have the information. Phrases 3 is a lot more informal and can be used in making new friends, asking an estate agent, asking at an interview. You may also join the sentences like so "I apologize for bombarding you with questions, but I am grateful for your answers.。

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