Jason has written an email to Steve to ask for advice.
1. Read the email and think about:
- Do you think his email is suitable for this situation?
- Do you think you could improve the email? If so, how?
2. (Optional) Re-write the email with your improvements and bring it to our lesson. We'll start the lesson by looking at your improved email.
You'll need to book a lesson.
You’ll receive an activity sheet after the lesson to help review and summarize the lesson. [To type on PDFs: 1) download Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (free), 2) Tools -> Fill & Sign]
Check your answers
A - Structuring a work email
1. a) greeting
c) supporting statements
e) sign off
B - Common phrases
1. a) Hi Jane,
b) I was hoping you could help me write up the report we were working on.
c) Let me know if you need anything further.
d) Kind regards,
f) Dear Mr. Jones,
g) In answer to your questions:
h) If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
i) Best regards,
2. a) Madam
To type answers on PDFs: 1) download Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (free), 2) Tools > Fill & Sign
You have just received an email.
1. Use language from this lesson to write your reply to the email.
2. Email your reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org