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So, I have received the email, from two employers, with some tasks for me to do for the next week. However, pointing at me on the end of the mail with:

@MyName "I'll send you another email next Monday with all the info on what you will do."

Should I reply to this email like:

- "Okay, talk to you on the Monday next week."

- "Okay, I'm looking forward - to it/to talk to you."

or how should I write in some simple formal format, or should I just ignore it and wait for the next email?

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Look forward to hearing from you next week
Look forward to your follow up email next week

would be a standard ways of emailing back your anticipation of their email

You would usually use talk if you were actually going to have a conversation with them via a conference call or webcast

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