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To: Pete88@magic.com Rachel@mail2.uk Saturday night! Hi Rachel, I hope you’re well. Guess what… I’ve just received four tickets for tomorrow evening! Do you fancy going? I’ve seen the rehearsals and I think it’s going to be great (and I know you love Shakespeare, anyway). The play starts at 7.30 p.m., so let’s meet in the café At seven. I’m inviting Mark and Vicky as well. I hope you can come – please phone if there’s a problem. Best wishes, Pete ex.1 p. 14
TRAIN YOUR BRAIN SHORT NOTES/MESSAGES 1. In short messages we don’t usually write: Greetings and polite expression like Hi, I hope you’re well Unimportant information 2. We often leave out: Pronouns like I, you, my I hope you can come. Auxiliary verbs like do, have at the start of the sentences. Do you fancy ..? The definite article (the) The play starts… 3. We often use the Imperative in short notes. Phone if you can’t come. 4. We must write the important details of the message like the place and the time of the meeting.
Martin Gone to lunch – back in half an hour. Document in C:/personal. Sal 1 Kerry Boss phoned – had to leave early! Your sandwiches are in fridge! Mum 2 Pete Great news! Would love to go. See you at 7 at station. Mark 3 Sal Borrowed your calculator. Hope you don’t mind. Rachel 4
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