Individual Section Development exercise # 1
How to write business emails.
1. Emails are a less formal than a written letter.
2. Emails need to include telephone number of the sender.
3. Emails need not to include the sender of email address.
4. All information is not necessary.
5. Emails is using abbreviated verb forms.
1.Emails are usually short and concise.
2. If the recipient necessary, the recipient chances to talk to sender.
3. Because, the recipient reply to email.
4. Emails is only leave the sections that your reply.
5.For example, it is " He'd He's".
1. Formal Email.
2. Informal Email.
3. Important points to Remember.
2. Business emails writing tips.
2. Business emails writing 10 tips.
E-mail is informal and short letter. When you write a business e-mail, you can write an e-mail as if you speak
with business partners. On the other hand, you should check spelling error strictly because you may be
considered by people who have read your e-mail as a impolite man.
I have taken three English classes now. I am going to take some English classes next year, but I don't know
which class I should take. I want to learn English hard. I would like a class that I can improve my English
speaking skills. Will you please tell me how I should decide a lesson from many available lessons.
The University of Aizu
To understand Programing Java class contents is difficult for me because this class is given in English.
It is hard to manage the condition of my health because of uncertain air
Business e-mail should be written briefly and concisely.
You must not use an e-mail including important contents for your company in business situations.
You do not have to send an e-mail that does not need to send.
Considering your e-mail can forward to many people, you have to write an e-mail without any spelling
It is important to pay attention to the reader by writing your telephone number.
a system for sending messages from one individual
to another via telecommunications links between
computers or terminals.
a particular month, day, and year at which some event
happened or will happen.
something attached, as a document added to a letter.
brief in form but comprehensive in scope
as much or as good as necessary for some requirement
* What are notes when you write informal email?
* Do you need to write your E-mail address in the email?
* Do you think that 'r' is used instead of 'are'?