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Help please!!! is this a good email to send to a proffesor???? Dear Dr. Doug McAbee, I am a freshman and I would like to have advising on biochemistry; I would like to make and appoinment on Thursday 2-3:15PM.

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say please and thankyou... he'll like that :)
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you're welcome :)

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Dear Dr. Doug McAbee, I am a freshman and I would like to take your advise on biochemistry. Can you please spare some time out of your busy schedule on for an appointment on Thursday 2:00 PM-3:15 PM ? Thank You for your time.
thank you very much
you're very welcome & good luck :)
thanks a lot :)
Lol remember those manners!
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