Letter writing
Prepositions
Vocabulary
Countable /Noncountable
Surprise ?
100

Give an example of too informal language

Use of contractions, Hi

100

Thank you for instructing Morton and Partners to act WITH/ON your behalf

ON


100

Another word for FURNISH

PROVIDE

100

Contract

COUNTABLE


100

Verb Distrub, Noun ?

Disturbance

200

Give an example of too old fashioned

herewith, hereby, abovementioned,  etc 

200

I am a partner in this firm and will have oveall responsibility AT/FOR your case

FOR

200

In the event of 

IF

200

EVIDENCE

NONCOUNTABLE

200

Where does the subject line of a letter go?

either above the Salutation or between the Salutation and the first paragraph


300

Give an example of too flowery

Using too many words and adjective

300

We are abliged to add VAT to our charges, currently ON/AT the rate of 20%.

AT

300

Pursuant to

According to

300

Research

Noncountable


300

Verb lose, Noun ?

Loss

400

Rewrite the sentence to be less abrupt,

Send me the report tomorrow.

Could you please send me the report tomorrow/asap.

400

This firm is audited FROM/BY external auditors from time to time.

BY

400

Procure

Obtain

400

Policy

Countable

400

What does the register of a letter mean?

The tone and grade of language.

500

How should we close a letter to Dear Mr. Jones.

Yours sincerely

500

All payments made to this firm will be placed AT/IN a client account in your name.

IN

500

Deem

Consider

500

People

Noncountable

500

What is a good practice to avoid confusion when writing dates.

Write the name of the month in full.

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