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Punktid 5 punkti Autor soovib selle materjali allalaadimise eest saada 5 punkti.
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Letters

Letters Letters FORMAL, INFORMAL, TRANSACTIONAL TASK 1 Read the extracts and answer the questions. · Where are the extracts from? · What is the purpose of each letter? · How do they differ? · Which extracts are examples of formal letters? · How is the reader addressed in a formal letter? · What are the closing remarks for formal letters? · What is the salutation in a friendly letter? · How would you end extracts 1,2,3 ? · How would you begin the extracts 4 and 5? 1. Dear Mr Miller, I received your kind invitation to the reception. Unfortunately, owing to other commitments. I will be unable to attend ... 2. Dear Ralph, l just got your invitation to the company's event. l `m afraid I can't make it because I've a/ready made plans which l can "t change ... 3. Dear Sirs,

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FORMAL LETTER

FORMAL LETTER 120 (+/-10%) words I It is a formal letter. Do not use any contracted forms (don’t, can’t, I’m etc.)! II * Dear Mr. Smith / Dear Ms. Smith (No first name!!!) * Kui teame nime, siis lõpp – Yours sincerely ja ülesandes antud nimi * Kui nime pole öeldud, siis – Dear Sir or Madam * Kui nime ei tea, siis lõpus Yours faithfully ja ülesandes antud nimi Do not use your own name!!! Te olete kas Jürid või Marid, Urved või Urmased jne. Enamasti Mart Mets või Mari Mets

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Inglise keele eksamiks valmistumine, kirjutamise reeglid

Writing Letter/Email [ greeting- PH1 Opening remarks, reason for writing-PH2,3 developments(arengud)-PH4 closing remarks- sign off] Informal- are sent to people you know well. Semi-formal- to your friend parents Formal-are normally sent to people an (friends, relatives) ect.. official position or to people u dont know well  An informal greeting (Dear  Formal greetings (Dear Mr and  Formal greetings: Dear Sir/Madam-when u dont know the Lucy, Uncle Bill,Mum) Mrs Jones, ) name.  Friendly, relaxed style (How

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Letter of application, complaint and inqury

Sign-of  Yours faithfully – if you don’t know the name  Yours sincerely – if you now the name Style Formal language: no slang, foul language, informal words, contractions. This is a piece of academic writing. Clear paragraphs (indented lines OR block style) Transactional letters/letter of inquiry  Transactional letters require a reply which may be based on advertisements, other writing input, letters, etc.  For example, a letter which is asking for further information about summer camp based on an advertisement.  Use an appropriate style.  Include all the factual information provided, using your own words. Write in more detail about at least half of them and mention everything.

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Writing a formal letter in english about a newspaper ad

Writing a formal letter in English An example of a task: You are trying to find accommodation for yourself in London while studying at a college there. You have the task of writing to Mr Sabir Siddique who has put the following advertisement in the newspaper. Read the advertisement and the notes you have made. Then write your letter to Mr. Siddique. Write a letter of 120 words. Do not write any addrsses. Flat to let Finsbury Park how far from central London? 10 minutes from Manor House tube Self-contained ground floor flat big enough for two? Bedroom, living room, study room Fully furnished what furniture? 90 pounds per week any extras to pay like electricity? Ideal for student 36 Stewart Street does it have a phone? available how soon? London N4 2PP 0181 809 7985

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Inglise keele riigieksami kirjutamise spikker / suur kokkuvõte

...for.... I am very interested in applying for this position, I am writing with regard to your advertisement for.., I am writing with reference to your advertisement in..., I would like to apply for the post/job/position of... which I saw advertised in... Closing: I hope you will consider me for the job, I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible, I would be available for an interview at any time, I attach my CV and a reference letter from..., I look forward to meeting you to discuss the possibility of employment, thanking you in advance Letter of inquiry (Asking for information) Opening: I am writing to inquire about, could you possibly send me further details about, may I request information about, I would like to enquire exactly Closing: I would appreciate it if you could inform me as soon as possible, I look forward to receiving your answer, it would be of great help if you could send me the details Giving information

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Jane Austen

The Project Gutenberg EBook of Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: Pride and Prejudice Author: Jane Austen Release Date: August 26, 2008 [EBook #1342] [Last updated: August 11, 2011] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PRIDE AND PREJUDICE *** Produced by Anonymous Volunteers, and David Widger PRIDE AND PREJUDICE By Jane Austen Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 22 Chapter 2 Chapter 23 Chapter 43 Chapter 3 Chapter 24 Chapter 44 Chapter 4 Chapter 25 Chapter 45

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LETTERS in English

How can I apologise enough for .... , etc. Making amends: Please allow me to offer/ suggest .... As compensation (for) ... I insist on + ing form to make up your inconvenience/ loss, etc. Closing remarks: Once again, sincerest apologies for/ I hope you will accept my apologies/ I hope my apologies will be/ are accepted, etc. I hople you will forgive/overlook this regrettable error. THANK YOU LETTER Opening remarks:I am writing to thank you for.../ I am very grateful to you for .. Giving reasons for your positive experience:I am pleased that .../ One of the best things.../It has helped me a great deal Closing remarks: Once again, many thanks... NB! Thank twice! LETTER OF APPLICATION Opening remarks: I am writing to apply for the position /post of .... as advertised in..../ I am writing with reference to your advertisement, which I saw ...

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