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How to answer to a meeting request?
When answering a meeting request, you need to be polite, even if you can't make it. They asked you to be there because they are interested in meeting with you; you don't want to mess that up by saying something that could ruin the meeting. Keeping that in mind, you can outline your answer to the meeting request like this:
Dear [NAME OF REQUESTER],
Thank you for the invitation to your meeting. I would be delighted to attend the meeting on [DATE] at [PLACE].
I'll see you then! [YOUR NAME]
Alternatively, if you're going to decline the request for a meeting:
DEAR [NAME OF REQUESTER],
Thank you for the invitation to your meeting. I unfortunately cannot attend your meeting. We'll have to schedule another time.
Thank you, [YOUR NAME]
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