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Becoming a better writer at work
Ever thought about how important it is for your work? You may be asked to post suggestions, include pages in a manual, or build a text-heavy decks to present a new concept. You may also need to provide a written proof for a prospective work.
You may not be a "writer" by profession, but the number of things you have to communicate in written form every workingday is significant. This means that you not only want to make sure that you use "its" and "it's" properly, but also tick a few other "writerly" box.
Hello Lori, I got the memorandum you sent the team, and I looked at it a few time, to make sure I didn't miss a point, because I don't think it would be useful for everyone in my department to point out things I left out in my answer to your department and find a new way, so it took me a while to get back to you.
You had a good week-end, I hope: How do you fix your letter in the future (without working for hours?). Becoming a stronger orator and writer? It' s not that difficult to work through this check list and you will become a better author in no amount of at all.
If you are an experienced writer with a talent for long, complicated phrases, choose to write simple, concise phrases. I' ve got the memorandum from your staff and used the chance to look through it a few time so I haven't missed any important detail. I' m not looking to add more work to anyone in my office - or anything else your staff can do.
I apologise for my late reply; I trust you will appreciate how much attentiveness I wanted to devote to this issue before giving you my comments. It is great to fit in powerful words, but only if you are sure that you are using them well. It is better to master typing with words you know than to throw in a big one and hopefully make you look wise.
Are we talking about the letter? The use of expressions like "I want to discuss", "if you feel like it", and the use of labour makes typing sticky, and if your work doesn't necessarily require it, you will appear more accessible (read: a person ) when you're working on it. Whilst it is all well and good to open a Monday morning e-mail with a notice for the week-end, it is strange when it falls in the center of an e-mail - as it says above.
"You had a good week-end, I hope: This e-mail does not have to capitalize neither your staff nor your departments. Hello Lori, I wish you had a good one! I' ve got the memorandum from your staff and used the chance to look through it a few time so I haven't missed any important detail.
I' m not looking to add more work to anyone in my office - or anything else your team can do. I apologise for my late reply; I trust you will appreciate how much attentiveness I wanted to devote to this issue before giving you my comments. Thank you, you don't have to be the best writer ever - that's not the aim here.