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Business Letters and Call to Action
Business Letters and Call to Action
Including a call to action in a business letter is a smart method of inviting customer or client interaction. Find out how to include one effectively in our guide....
Focusing on the Positives in a Business Letter
Focusing on the Positives in a Business Letter
A guide to focusing on the 'positives' in your business letters in order to elicit a better response from the recipient....
Format and Fonts in Business Letters
Format and Fonts in Business Letters
A guide to formatting your business letters and choosing a font that will create the right impression....
Proofreading Translated Business Documents
Proofreading Translated Business Documents
Proofreading translated business documents is important as a final defence against human error and unnecessary mistakes....
Striking the Right Tone in a Business Letter
Striking the Right Tone in a Business Letter
Tone helps convey information in the most appropriate way and depends largely on the subject, purpose and recipient of the letter....
Tips for Recognising Differences in British and American English
Tips for Recognising Differences in British and American English
Given that Americans say 'write me' rather than 'write to me', it is clear that being able to recognise the differences between British and American English is an…...
Top Tips for Better Grammar in Business Letters
Top Tips for Better Grammar in Business Letters
Grammar can be very tricky, but learning the answers to the most common grammar questions should help you with everyday grammar issues....
Using Active Voice in Business Letters
Using Active Voice in Business Letters
Understanding active and passive voice is important for recognising which is the best choice for any given business letter....
Using Effective Business English in Written Communications
Using Effective Business English in Written Communications
Using effective business English in written communications means taking into account the intended purpose, audience and content....
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