Questions tagged with email

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How can I send the below message in a professional manner?
Hi I've been emailing with a company CEO that is located in Spain, discussing collaboration, he refered me to the ...
email professional 0 votes, asked Oct 13 by Ran
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Is this sentence correct?Please amend his email id as the below.
email 0 votes, asked Oct 10 by an
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can I make this sentence more clear and shorter?
Hello guys, I would like to remind one person -who works in the headquater company- regarding correction required on document-which ...
business email 0 votes, asked Aug 04 by CHOHEA KIM
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Are the following sentences given below with the subject line correct?.
Subject- Adding Skype account in email signature. Do you consider as a good practice to add Skype account in email ...
Skype email Signature account 0 votes, asked Jul 23 by Prashant Akerkar
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English language
Her boss is an old woman
email 0 votes, asked May 10 by Godsent
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Grammar check
I wrote an email today to my English professor that I couldn't make it to the exam today. She replied ...
email grammar apologies +1 vote, asked Jan 13 by Giovanni Bouden
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Can i write the following simi formally between me and a company representative : Dear Mr. X , My apologies ...
email grammarcorrection phrases work 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Ahmed
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hyphenation vs one or two words in signup, email, and online
It is correct to write "Please sign up for the class." using two words for sign up, right? When the ...
hyphanate compound email online +1 vote, asked Feb 02 '15 by amy carr
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remind someone reply a appointment time
last week I apply a job after first interview, email reply me to arrange another person appointment interview with him ...
email 0 votes, asked Jan 20 '15 by gammarly_user
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Capitalization of an abbreviation in a subject line
If I have to write 'wrt' in a subject line, should it be all small/all caps/first letter capital?
wrt Abbreviation capitalization subject email 0 votes, asked Dec 21 '12 by Ankur Sharma
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