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comment How to write a polite reminder email?
I very much disagree with this. While, yes, you want to help them meet their psychological needs (cf Maslow), by apologising you are basically giving away your position, doing the animial equivilent of lying down, showing your belly and submitting. All you are likely to do here is expose yourself as weak and encourage further delay. You are much better being assertive and warm. The two are not mutually exclusive.
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comment How to write a polite reminder email?
Agreed. Fixed the newlines. This answer needs a higher score!
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comment Third person POV
Good answer, but not all movies exclude character thoughts (which can be done as a voice-over). Your example in the second paragraph is usually referred to as "third-person objective POV".