How do you ask if they received my application?
Following Up on a Job Application: Phone Script Hello, this is [name], and I’m an applicant for [position]. Wait for a response. Follow their lead, but it may be appropriate to say something like this next: I wanted to make sure you received the application and see if there’s any additional information I can provide.
How do you write waiting for your reply?
7 Alternatives to “I Look Forward to Hearing From You”
- 1 Use a call-to-action.
- 2 I’m eager to receive your feedback.
- 3 I appreciate your quick response.
- 4 Always happy to hear from you.
- 5 Keep me informed . . .
- 6 I await your immediate response.
- 7 Write soon!
How do you use awaiting?
Awaiting sentence example
- Meanwhile, we locked on the television, all evening, awaiting the results of our actions.
- Katie held her breath, awaiting the awful news.
- Resolved, she trailed her father down the hill, through the people who couldn’t see them, and to the awaiting car.
Can we use for after awaiting?
Await is more formal than wait. It can be used in formal letters and documents. Wait is more common and leaves less room for confusion. Note that await does not take the preposition ‘for’
What kind of word is waiting?
adjective. serving or being in attendance: waiting man;waiting maid;waiting woman.
What is the word when you are waiting for something to happen?
To be certain or likely to happen. await. threaten.
What is a word for waiting for something to happen?
1 await, linger, abide, delay.
What is a better word for waiting?
What is another word for waiting?
What is it called when something is about to happen?
other words for about to happen anticipated. expected. forthcoming. impending. subsequent.
What is another word for delay or postpone?
Some common synonyms of postpone are defer, stay, and suspend. While all these words mean “to delay an action or proceeding,” postpone implies an intentional deferring usually to a definite time.
What’s another word for delay?
Some common synonyms of delay are dally, dawdle, lag, loiter, and procrastinate.
Is postpone a correct word?
verb (used with object), post·poned, post·pon·ing. to put off to a later time; defer: He has postponed his departure until tomorrow. to place after in order of importance or estimation; subordinate: to postpone private ambitions to the public welfare.