Can I use the word shortly in this sentence:
Did you send the email ?
No, not yet , I will send it shortly
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- Did you send the email?
- No, not yet, I will send it shortly.
This is acceptable, though if using this form people would often be using it as part of mentioning who it will be sent to. For instance: "I will send it to him shortly."
More common when not specifying the recipient would be: