Email is still the most common way for people to communicate in business. For a formal email or letter of request to work, it needs to be easy to read for the person receiving it. And you do this by how you both structure what you write where you say what and the vocabulary you use in it. Vocabulary and phrases which are not only formal, but are commonly used and understood in emails of this type. To help you learn both of these things, I have created the below online exercise. Doing this quick quiz will make sure you understand how and when to correctly use the vocabulary in your own emails and that you remember it.
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