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25 Phrases to Provide Information in Business English

provide information in business English

Provide information in business English can be as simple as asking for time, or as complex as asking for details about a complex process. In either case, it is important to use the appropriate phrases to respond.

For example, when responding to a friend, use an informal or slang form. When responding to a colleague, use a slightly more formal form, and when responding to a stranger, or co-worker, use appropriate formal structure.


Examples of provide information in business English


Some useful phrases to provide information:

  1.  ... drop me an email/drop me a line.
  2. ... please do not hesitate to contact me.
  3. ... please feel free to contact me/to get in touch.
  4. ... please let me know.
  5. For further details...
  6. I hope it's clearer now.
  7. I hope that answers all your questions.
  8. I hope you find this helpful.
  9. I know that's a lot to take in, so let me know if anything I've said doesn't make sense.
  10. I was given your name by Mr Ahmed.
  11. I was interested to hear/know/see that ...
  12. If we can be of any further assistance, please let us know.
  13. If you have any (more) questions (about)...
  14. If you need more information/more info/further information,
  15. In addition I would like a valid price list.
  16. In the meantime, if you need any more information,
  17. Let me know if you need any help.
  18. Please get in touch with our secretary, Mrs Sally.
  19. Please let us know the current freight rate for sea/rail /air/ road transport.
  20. Please reply without delay/by return of post.
  21. There is much demand for ...
  22. We are interested in your samples.
  23. We would be grateful for further details about your offer.
  24. Would you kindly send us model 4DC?
  25. Would your company be able...?
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