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    Which sentence sounds better?

    Well, I'm stuck on some sentence construction. So, which of the following sentences sounds to you better?


    1. I am writing in response to your advertisement on your website. Regarding your Network Manager opening in Southampton, I would like to apply for that position.
    2. I am writing in response to your advertisement on your website. I read about your need for a Network Manager in Southampton and I would like to apply for that position.


    Thank you in advance for your help.

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    Re: Which sentence sounds better?

    I refer to your advertisement on your website and wish to apply for the post of Network Manager based in Southampton.

    not a teacher

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