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By Khaled Al-Maskari

Nowadays, letters, studies and emails are important elements of commercial perform. conversation is more and more international, yet it’s now not any more uncomplicated to appreciate or give a contribution to for non-fluent English audio system. there's expanding strain in an effort to produce potent records for a company atmosphere yet little aid available in the market to take action successfully, leading to wasted time and uncomfortable enterprise communication.

This booklet presents a wealth of sensible info for anybody who goals to supply brief, powerful files in the paintings atmosphere. It deals brilliant, beneficial and priceless ideas for generating powerful brief studies, memos, letters and e-mails which are transparent, concise and straightforward to learn for the busy supervisor or manager operating within the challenging surroundings of contemporary or commerce.

But it is going additional: not just are principles supplied for the green enterprise author, yet types are proposed which supply strategies for an entire host of commercial events – supplying aid, help and encouragement for the numerous hundreds of thousands of industrial writers who have to suppose convinced of their writing.

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Avoid using big words to convey your meaning clearly. ” Always try to use the simplest word possible. Big word Simple word accrue add, gain acquire get, buy alleviate reduce allocate assign ameliorate improve anticipate expect, await apparent clear apprise tell articulate explain ascertain find out attain reach, meet, achieve attributable due to caveat warning cease stop, end A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING 13 Big word Simple word cogitate think cognizant of aware of commensurate equal concur agree confront face consolidate combine, join consummate complete or finish contemplate consider convene meet deem consider designate appoint detrimental harmful dispatch send disseminate give, issue, pass, send encounter meet enumerate list facilitate make easier, help 14 A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING Big word Simple word furnish send, give inception start incombustible fireproof initiate start interrogate question manifest clear, obvious mitigate reduce numerous many obviate avoid peruse review possess own preclude prevent promulgate issue, publish ratify approve, confirm recapitulate sum up A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING 15 Big word Simple word reimburse pay back reiterate repeat remunerate pay render give, make retain keep reveal show scrutinize inspect solicit ask for, request strategize plan streamline update, simplify transpire take place, occur utilize use 16 A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING As you write, remember that the goal of business writing is to communicate with your readers, not to impress them with your vocabulary.

Or • Do you need to receive your order in one day or in three days? A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING 5. Use simple, familiar words We write to express, not to use every word in the dictionary. Avoid using big words to convey your meaning clearly. ” Always try to use the simplest word possible. Big word Simple word accrue add, gain acquire get, buy alleviate reduce allocate assign ameliorate improve anticipate expect, await apparent clear apprise tell articulate explain ascertain find out attain reach, meet, achieve attributable due to caveat warning cease stop, end A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING 13 Big word Simple word cogitate think cognizant of aware of commensurate equal concur agree confront face consolidate combine, join consummate complete or finish contemplate consider convene meet deem consider designate appoint detrimental harmful dispatch send disseminate give, issue, pass, send encounter meet enumerate list facilitate make easier, help 14 A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING Big word Simple word furnish send, give inception start incombustible fireproof initiate start interrogate question manifest clear, obvious mitigate reduce numerous many obviate avoid peruse review possess own preclude prevent promulgate issue, publish ratify approve, confirm recapitulate sum up A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING 15 Big word Simple word reimburse pay back reiterate repeat remunerate pay render give, make retain keep reveal show scrutinize inspect solicit ask for, request strategize plan streamline update, simplify transpire take place, occur utilize use 16 A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING As you write, remember that the goal of business writing is to communicate with your readers, not to impress them with your vocabulary.

It concludes by giving you a checklist to keep in mind when writing memos. Definition of a Memo A memo is a document typically used for communication within a company. The Basic Structure of a Memo 1. Heading 2. Purpose 3. Body 4. Conclusion 5. Closing 6. 1 in section 6. A Practical Guide to BUSINESS WRITING 39 1. , February 6, 20xx) what the memo is about (be specific) Different companies may use other heading formats than the one which appears here; use whichever format your company prefers. 2.

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