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Writing letters and emails
Thank you note email apology reminder postcard text message diary entry 1 Hi Pete. Can’t come 2 drama club 2nite. Can u tell Mr Barnes? Thanks! Amy 2 Emma Forgot to give back Money I borrowed – Sorry! Will give you Next time! Lucy 3 Dear Andy, Just a note to say thanks for present. Really needed new tennis racket. See you soon, Ryan P.S. Ann says hi! 6 Don’t forget to tell Lucy – PIANO LESSON CANCELLED TODAY- Thurs. 6.30 instead. Call MR LUCAS! 5 Dear Sally, Having great time here in Wales! Weather amazing so much to do here! Went sailing yesterday Sally Webster Can’t wait to show you 14, Church Lane photos. See you next Eynesbury Week! Buckinghamshire Love, Jo stamp 4
Formal letters/emails Formal letters/emails are written in a formal style to people in official position e.g. a manager, who you haven’t met before or who you don’t know well.
Which letters are formal? A a letter of complaint to a course director B an email accepting you friend’s invitation to a barbecue C a thank-you letter to your aunt D an email to a hotel owner asking for the return of some lost property E a letter to your friend telling her about a recent job interview you had F an email requesting information about an event G a letter making arrangements for a visiting speaker to come to a college
Home Appliances 10, Vozdvizhensky str, Moscow, Russia Tel. 9453589 Fax. 9453590 Sales manager Nokia company Finland Tampere Visiokatu 4 1st December, 2011 Dear Sirs, We have seen your advertisement in the Internet and we are interested in range of smartphones. Please send us your latest catalogue and price-list. As we place big orders we expect quantity discounts. We look forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully, Vladimir Sokolov Import manager
An email should consist of: a formal greeting a first paragraph a main body a final paragraph a formal ending
1. Yours faithfully 2. We look forward to hearing from you. 3. We have just read your advertisement in «Daily Post». 4. Dear Mr. Wilson, 5. Could you send us your catalogue and price –list.
Dear Sirs, We have seen your advertisement in the Internet and we are interested in range of smartphones. Please send us your latest catalogue and price-list. As we place big orders we expect discounts. We look forward to hearing from you. Yours faithfully, Vladimir Sokolov Import manager Home Appliances 10, Vozdvizhensky str, Moscow, Russia Tel. 9453589 Fax. 9453590
a formal greeting Dear Sirs, Dear Mr. Wilson, a first paragraph We have seen your advertisement in the Internet We have learn from ... a main body Could you send your… Please send us your catalogues and… a final paragraph We look forward to… a formal ending Yours faithfully Yours sincerely
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Englishforbusiness.ru On-line упражнения Writing e-mails
Your hometask: you should read and translate a letter an offer which you have received in your mail.
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Введение в тему.
1) Соотнести названия сообщений с примерами разного вида сообщений на экране.
Look at the extracts from 1 to 6 and match them to descriptions: Thank you note, email, apology, reminder, text message, postcard, diary entry.
There is one description that you don’t need to use. And say which word and symbol helped you to decide.
2) Formal/informalletters/emails(формальное и неформальное письмо)
На экране виды писем (формальные и неформальные). Задание: указать какие виды писем являются формальными.
Look at the screen. You see types of formal and informal letters. Which of them are formal? Why?