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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Good Exercise!

Hello sir
In task 2 : "Dear Mr Prabang, As we agreed, I am sending the contract as an attachment
. It is a PDF file. Please let me know if you have any queries. Yours, Andrew Mortimer"

In that sentence, can I use this word "questions" istead of " queries " ?
And I have another question when you say link address like this http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/ielts-interview-skills/dont-ge...
how do you pronounce "//"," / " and "- "in English?
Thanks

Hi XuMinHa,

Yes, you could say 'questions' instead of 'queries' and it would be fine and mean the same thing. '/' is pronounced 'slash', '//' is 'double slash' and '-' is 'dash' or 'hyphen'.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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