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    please correct my grammer

    Dear boss
    i would like to request my annual leave on 01jan if possible also pls advise are there any days available to use my remaining annual leave on dec or jan?

    Regards
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    Re: please correct my grammer

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****


    Hello, Bhatt:

    I would suggest something like this:

    ______________________________________


    Dear Mr. Smith:

    If possible, I would like to start my annual leave on 1 January.

    Sincerely,

    Rob

    ________________________________________


    NOTES:

    1. Kindly remember the word is spelled "grammar."
    2. In English, one always capitalizes the word "I."
    3. One always capitalizes the names of the months.
    4. In American English, one usually writes "January 1."
    5. I was not 100% sure what you meant by "remaining annual leave," so I will leave that sentence to another member. I can tell you that it should be "in December or January."
    6. Your sentence needed appropriate periods (full stops). You will see how important this is when another member corrects your complete note.



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    Re: please correct my grammer

    Hi john

    Thank you for suggestion.regarding remaining annual leave-I have got few days of annual leave
    which i will have to finish by end of jan 2015,so i am asking my boss that when can take or use
    my remaining few days of annual leave or asking my boss to allocate remaining annual leave in dec
    or jan. pls hellp me.many thanks

    bhatt

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    #4

    Re: please correct my grammer

    Hi James
    sorry james i accidently typed john

    bhatt

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    Re: please correct my grammer

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    Hello, Bhatt:

    1. I still do not understand the annual leave situation. If no one answers you in this thread, you may wish to start a new thread with that particular question.

    2. I know almost nothing about how to use a computer, but I have learned how to correct a mistake.

    a. You apologized for calling me "John." The people who run this helpline would prefer that you simply edit your post. In post #3, you will find the words "Edit your post." If you click that on, you will be able to erase "John" and add "James" instead.

    3. May I again most respectfully remind you that:

    a. We always capitalize "I."
    b. We always capitalize the months of the year.
    c. We always capitalize names (including our own names).



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    Re: please correct my grammer

    Hi James

    Thank you for reply.what title should i use for new thread?

    Bhatt

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    Re: please correct my grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by bhatt View Post
    Dear boss Sir/Madam (or preferably Dear + his/her name)

    I would like to request my to take annual leave on 01jan January 1st. If possible, also pls please advise are if there are any more leave days available for me to use my remaining annual leave on in dec December or jan January?

    Regards Unnecessary
    Rob Unnecessary
    Quote Originally Posted by bhatt View Post
    Hi John (of course, it should have been James)

    Thank you for your suggestion. Regarding "remaining annual leave", I have got a few days of annual leave which I will have to finish take by the end of jan January 2015, so I am asking my boss that when I can take or use my remaining few days of annual leave (or asking my boss to allocate my remaining annual leave in dec December or jan January.

    pls Please hellp help me. Many thanks.

    bhatt Unnecessary
    Quote Originally Posted by bhatt View Post
    Hi James.

    Sorry James, I accidentally typed John.

    bhatt Unnecessary
    Quote Originally Posted by bhatt View Post
    Hi James

    Thank you for your reply. What title should I use for a/the new thread?

    Bhatt Unnecessary
    Please see my corrections to your four posts. It is very important to follow the following rules of written English at all times:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single, appropriate punctuation mark.
    - Always capitalise the word "I" (first person singular).
    - Always capitalise proper nouns (James, John, Ray, Shakespeare, Microsoft).
    - Do not put a space before a comma, full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.
    - Always put a space after a comma, full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.
    - Do not use textspeak/chatlish ("pls" is not a word. It's "please".)

    When you write your next post, check it against that list of rules before you click "Submit Reply".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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