1. Question words Rule: – Use “who” for people – Use “where” for place – Use “why” for reason – Use “when” for time – Use “what” for information Example: We are putting together a questionnaire. The first question is “___________ is your date of birth?” The second question is “____________ were you born?” It
In this ninth post in the email writing series, we look at five grammar points. Since we tend to write emails quickly, it is easy to make grammar mistakes, particularly with verbs. You should master these basic grammar points for effective writing. In the next post in this series will look at five more basic
The seventh post in the email writing series looks at functional language. These are expressions used for a particular purpose, such as expressing best wishes or giving a compliment. The more fluent you are in English the more proficient you are in saying exactly what you mean in different ways. Here are five language functions
In the previous post in the email writing series we looked at five functional expressions. These are expressions used for a particular purpose, such as expressing best wishes or giving a compliment. Email Writing Strategy Here are five more language functions that are used frequently in business communication. Choose the best expression for each situation.
In the previous post in the email writing series, we looked at some common acronyms used to speed up our communication. This sixth post examines the definition of 15 common e-terms that we use to write emails. If you use email frequently, you should know what “Cc“ and “Bcc” mean. Here are some e-terms associated
In this fifth post in the email writing series, we cover some of the common acronyms used in today’s ever-changing international business context. With the growing use of email and instant messaging, we are all looking for shortcuts to speed up our communication. Using acronyms help us communicate faster. These are shortened “words” formed from