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Unit 2: Sending and receiving emails

Learn how to talk about the different parts of an email in English.

Unit 2: Sending and receiving emails

Sending and receiving emails

Read the email below and then do the tasks. Task 3 asks you questions about the email below.

Task 3: Starting an email

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From: Samir
To: Sales Team
CC: Hatem Trabelsi; Patricia Bartlett
Subject: RE: Meeting next week
Attachments: New proposal.rtf (376KB)

Hello Sales Team,

I’ve got an idea for next week – see the attached file. I’d like to hear what you think about my suggestion.
I think Hatem and Patricia may be interested, so I’ve copied them in too. Let’s talk more at the meeting next week.

Regards, Samir

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2

Comments

that's very useful for me. I hope BC team will have more courses about how to write an good email :)

It's very usefull

Is a good course

thanks for this coursess !!

I want to learn speaking english 1to1. Please help

Hello Nishi_g,

I'm afraid that's not a service we offer here. In addition, our House Rules prohibit the sharing of the kind of personal information you'd need to do that. I'm sure you can find something by doing an internet search for something like 'learn English speaking' or 'English language exchange'.

Good luck!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello dears
I'm looking for the writing materials, cause I'd like to improve my writing skills, and I don't know where I can get, so please help me to find out how to get good materials can help my writing skills thanks.

Adel Adam Saad

Hello Adel Adam Saad,

What kind of writing do you wish to practise? If you can be a little more specific it will help us in suggesting materials for you.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Dear LearnEnglish Team
What about articles in Subject headings? Should we omit them?
Yours sincerely
Dina

Hello Dina,

I don't think there is a fixed rule for such things. If you have a particular subject in mind we can take a look and see how it sounds, but I don't thin there is a single rule.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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