Writing Business Letters: How to Produce Day-To-Day by Ann Dobson

By Ann Dobson

Aimed toward newbies and returners to paintings this consultant will educate them to deal with simple company letter-writing. utilizing many examples it exhibits the fundamental abilities in making plans a letter, writing and answering court cases, own and conventional letters, activity purposes and plenty of extra.

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By Ann Dobson

Aimed toward newbies and returners to paintings this consultant will educate them to deal with simple company letter-writing. utilizing many examples it exhibits the fundamental abilities in making plans a letter, writing and answering court cases, own and conventional letters, activity purposes and plenty of extra.

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Made notes on what is to be covered in the letter? Thought about whom the letter is going to? Thought about the aim of the letter? Chosen your words carefully? Divided the letter into a beginning, a middle and an end? Made sure you started a new paragraph for each new topic? < previous page page_44 next page > < previous page page_45 next page > Page 45 < previous page page_45 next page > < previous page page_46 next page > Page 46 Tel: 01653 270897 The Brinks Hotel Enstone Street, Ivytown, Sussex IV18 1MN Date as Postmark Dear Sir or Madam We are writing to tell you about our Hotel, which is pleasantly situated on the Sussex coast.

Topturn is shortly to be available in Great Britain, and will, we are sure prove to be of great interest to you for your patients. We assure you of our best attention at all times and look forward to hearing whether you can spare a few hours of your precious time to join us. Your presence would be greatly appreciated. Yours truly John Price Sales Executive Notes 1. This letter is very patronising and doctors, in general, do not like to be patronised or made to feel like 'God'. 2. It is far too long and drawn out.

You will produce better business letters if you first understand how sentences and paragraphs are constructed. Sentences According to The Oxford Guide to the English Language, a sentence is a 'set of words making a single complete statement'. To put it another way, a sentence must make sense and it should have a subject and a predicate. The subject is the person or thing being discussed in the sentence. It is normally a noun or a pronoun. The predicate says something about the subject and it must contain a verb.

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