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I asked something about my assignment to my professor by email and she declined it because it is not fair to give more chances only to one person. How can I respond to this email politely and show her that I get what she said and I'm totally okay with it? Is there any better way (more polite and sincere) than " Okay, thank you" ?

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You can indicate that you have listened to and accept what the other person says by saying something like:

Put like that, it seems reasonable.

When you put it like that, I understand your position.

I'm sorry, I hadn't considered it from that point of view.

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Thank you for your prompt reply to my request. I had not considered that the request would give me an unfair advantage. So most of all thank you for trying to maintain a fair environment for the all the students in the class.

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