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Dutch-English Translation of
polite form in Dutch

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by nigilmaadhust (UN), Last modified: 2021-11-04, 16:27  like dislike  Spam?  

Could you please tell, how the following sentence would be said in Dutch?

"Please confirm."

In German we would usually say the polite form with the pronoun "Sie" ... "Bitte bestaetigen Sie."

But in Dutch, how can the word "please" be used and is the polite form maintained?

"Alstublieft bevestig u." ? Is the statement correct in Dutch? Could you please help? Many thanks in advance.

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