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    urgent grammar correct (need your help!!!)

    Hello, every dear teacher. I need your help on correcting my grammar in my resignation letter. I am a permernant resident who lives in Christchurch New Zealand. Have you heard the latest news about the earthquake in Christchurch? I was one of the survivors who want to leave here temporary for three months. Please.. please help me to correct the grammar in my resignation letter and make it better!!!


    Dear xxx

    Due to the recent problem of the earthyquake, I have to leave Christchurch for three months. I really want to keep this job which I am passionate about. The reason why I am writting this resignation letter is my parents ask me to go back home for a short time. I am the only child in my family, I don't want them to worry about me.

    Please accept this letter as formal notification that I am leaving my postion with xxx company on 7th March.

    Thank you for the opportunities you have provided me during my time with the company.


    Sincerely
    xxx

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    Re: urgent grammar correct (need your help!!!)

    Instead of resigning, you should apply for unpaid leave of absence in the hope that your employers will keep your job open for you. I've edited your letter to this effect, including a phrase indicating that you may be able to return before three months have passed.

    Dear xxx

    Due to the recent disaster following the earthquake, I need to leave Christchurch for up to three months, though I really want to keep this job which I am passionate about.

    The reason why I am writing this request for unpaid leave of absence is that my parents have asked me to go back home for a short time. I am the only child in my family, so I don't want them to worry about me.

    Please accept this letter as formal notification that I am leaving my position with xxx company on 7th March.

    Thank you for the opportunities you have provided me with during my time with the company. I would like nothing more than to return within three months if you are kind enough to keep my position open.


    Sincerely
    xxx

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    Re: urgent grammar correct (need your help!!!)

    Thank you very much !!!

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    Re: urgent grammar correct (need your help!!!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Instead of resigning, you should apply for unpaid leave of absence in the hope that your employers will keep your job open for you. I've edited your letter to this effect, including a phrase indicating that you may be able to return before three months have passed.
    I suppose you saved Freight forwarder from an unwanted resignation!

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    Re: urgent grammar correct (need your help!!!)

    I hope so, Khosro.

    He/she deserves a bit of luck after an ordeal like that.

    Rover

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