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BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE 1 short 1011

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BUSINESS  CORRESPONDENCE Based on  A. Littlejohn:  Company to Company , Fourth  Edition, Cambridge University Press,  2005
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LETTER LAYOUT (extra sheet: Letter of Application,  T.Trappe: New Insights intoBusiness) LETTER  ( E-MAIL ) WRITING CHECKLIST    Sender's address (letterhead?)   Recipient's (addressee’s) name and address   Date     Salutation:  e.g.   Dear ...    Subject line (heading)     Opening:  e.g.   I am writing to ..., Thank you for your letter ...    Main part (Body of the letter/e-mail)   Close:  e.g.   I look forward to ...   Ending:  e.g.   Yours sincerely / Yours faithfully, ...    Signature    Name in printed letters: John Smith   Job title (position):  IT Department Manager  
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DATE   *CC: ex. 4.3 (p.39) CRO  06. 12. 2009.  UK    16 December 2009  US    June 12, 2009 Say: the sixteen th  of December two thousand and nine»       «December  the  sixteenth two thousand and nine» Prepositions :   With reference to your letter  .........  6 December 2004; The order was received… a)  ........... 6 Dec 2008;  b)   ........   December;  c)   .......  2008;  d) … ....  . the first week of December; 
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DATE CRO  06. 12. 2009.  UK    16 December 2009  US    June 12, 2009 Say: the sixteen th  of December two thousand and nine»       «December  the  sixteenth two thousand and nine» Prepositions :   With reference to your letter  of  6 December 2008; The order was received… ...  on  6 Dec 2008; ... in  December; … in  2008; … in  the first week of December;  * Ex: C to C p.39 (4.3)
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