Which is better please or kindly?
In corporate and business circles, “please” is the preferred choice whereas in social interactions, “kindly” is preferred more often. “Kindly” can also be used as an adjective ( E.g. She is a kindly old lady) whereas “please” cannot be used in the role of an adjective.
Can we use please and kindly together in a sentence?
Originally Answered: Can we use “please” and “kindly” together in a sentence? You can, but it’s overkill and isn’t usually done. “Please would you kindly finish the task.” “Would you kindly finish the task, please.”
Is kindly formal?
“Kindly” I rarely see this word in formal emails. If you are still using this word, it is best you stop. It is old-fashioned and seemingly antiquated.
How do you say please see below?
The correct expression is “please see details below.” The term, “below” is a preposition (in this case), which also qualifies the location of the “details” being given. As this type of preposition, it cannot come before “details”.
Can you please help me with the request below?
The word “below” can only be used as a preposition or an adverb. In your sentence the word “below” in “the below request” is used as an adjective and that is incorrect. So, the correct sentence would be: Could you assist (me) with the request below?
Could you please vs Would you please?
Or, could you please close the door? A. I don’t see much difference. But I would suppose that “would” is more polite, because it expresses the idea of probability, and of willingness, and of the desire that something be done, whereas “could” is more in the realm of ability (yes I can).
Can you please assist here?
could you please assist vs kindly request for your assistance on this subject. The correct phrase would be “could you please assist.” You can request something, but you don’t “request for” something.