Could you also please confirm:
(phrase) 'to confirm' is commonly used in both formal and neutral emails and letters. What makes this phrase formal is the use of 'could' instead of 'can', and the use of 'please', 'To confirm' has two types of uses. The first, is when you require confirmation (. 'yes' or 'no'). In this case, this phrase is followed by a 'whether statement' ('whether' is exactly the same as 'if', but is used in formal language), . 'Can you confirm whether you are attending the meeting?'. The second use is when you want information or details about something. It isn't followed by a 'whether statement', . 'Could you please confirm the schedule for the event?' In Spanish: "podría confirmar tambien" .