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Dis- interested Inductive or Indirect  Pattern Deductive or Direct  Pattern Determine  the main  idea. How will  the  reader  react? Get attention! Build  interest before asking  for action. Soften the blow! Buffer  reasons. De-emphasize  bad news with complex  sentence, positive  words, and/or passive  voice; implying it; and/or  counterproposal. Be direct! Open with  main idea and follow  with details. Can you  rethink/re word it to  be  neutral? Negative No Yes Positive  or neutral
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November 5, 2002 Ms. Anna Dominico Liliana 9 7000 Dorminon 2 Spain Dear Anna: Thank you very much for your facilitation of procedures during my recent excursion to Spain. I simply don't know what I would have done without you. Muchos Garcias , again! Sincerely, Sheila Wagner Content Vague; uses overly complex words that may be perceived as intended to impress. Is not specific about what is appreciated. Style Includes cliché, which is overly exaggerated. Closes commendably with a Spanish thank-you learned from Anna. Organization Uses the deductive approach. Mechanics Misspells gracias .
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Current Date Ms. Anna Dominico Liliana 9 7000 Dorminon 2 Spain Dear Anna: Thank you so much for helping me during my stay in Spain. Your quick reactions helped me get my luggage in just a couple of days and my traveler’s checks the next day. Because I could rely on you to solve these “unnerving problems,” I was able to concentrate on the seminar and on touring the country. Anna, courteous and supportive people like you make travel enjoyable. I really appreciate the time and effort you spent to make my trip so memorable. Sincerely,
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November 30, 2002 Mr. Jack Bolton, Owner Bolton Property Management Corp. 750 Lincoln Road San Antonio, TX 78205-0750 Dear Mr. Bolton Thank you for your letter of March 3. It has been referred to me for reply. Looking at our contract, I see that it does specify 50-gallon water heaters. Therefore, we are complying with your request that the 30-gallon heaters be removed and that the 50-gallon units be placed in all your apartments. Thank you for calling this matter to our attention. Sincerely, Peter Allen Owner
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Mr. Jack Bolton, Owner Bolton Property Management Corp. 750 Lincoln Road San Antonio, TX 78205-0750 Dear Mr. Bolton Each of your apartments will have a 50-gallon water heater. The two 30-gallon units are being removed today. Thank you for reporting the problem before additional heaters were installed. Clearly “50-gallon” appears on the specs; clearly, “30-gallon” was keyed on the warehouse request. Excellent progress is being made on this project; all plumbing should be complete by
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ENG 310 taught by Professor Dr.rachal during the Spring '11 term at Nicholls State.

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