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1. Being indirect and polite Write a polite/indirect email
2. Being direct and brief Rewrite an email so that it is direct and brief
3. Report structure and key phrases Write a short report as an email.
4. Apologies Write an 'apology' email.
5. Linking words and relative clauses Write a short report as an email, using linking words and relative clauses from the unit in Email English
6. Complaints Write a 'complaints' email.
7. Cause, effect, contrast Write an email to a colleague or business contact describing the cause and effect of some changes in your business.
8. Asking for payment Write a series of increasingly strong reminders to a company that owes you money.
9. Discussing and agreeing terms Write two e-mails: the first in the role of a customer asking for better terms, and the second in the role of the supplier agreeing to the terms
10. Inquiries and orders Write an inquiry about some products or services that you are interested in.
11. A customer-supplier sequence You exchange a series of e-mails with a partner. You will supply them with a product or service, and they will supply you with a different one.
12. Common mistakes Look at the text from three e-mails that contain words which can often be confused.
13. Comparisons Write an email in which you compare different places, things or companies.
14. Verb forms Write two emails: each one will use a different variety of verb forms.
15. Checking understanding Write two emails: the first one vague and not very clear; the second one responding to an email you receive that is also not very clear.
16. Negotiating a project Write two emails: the first to a freelancer/small company asking them to work with you on a particular job; the second a reply to a partner about a different job, in which you take the role of a freelancer/small company yourself.
17. Invitations and directions Write three emails: the first inviting somebody to a meeting or event; the second and third responding to somebody else who is inviting you.
18. Arranging a meeting Write two emails: the first trying to arrange a meeting; the second responding to somebody else who is trying to meet with you.
19. Attachments Write three very short emails referring to attachments.
20. Internal messages Write an 'internal message' email.
21. Information, action, help Write two emails: the first aasking for information; the second asking for action.
22. Giving news Write an email to a colleague or friend giving some recent news.
23. Opening and closing Write middle paragraphs for two emails, using the beginnings and endings from the unit in Email English.
24. Key phrases Write an email using some 'key phrases' from the unit in Email English.
25. Missing words and abbreviations Write an informal email to a friend, missing out words that are not necessary, as in the unit in Email English.
26. Formal or informal Write two emails on a similar topic, the first formal/neutral and the second informal.
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