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    Regarding letter writing

    I have drafted a letter for uniform bill reimbursement .please correct it.

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    I have bought a 2.7 m cloth to stitch a pant as well as 7m cloth to stitch a shirt.herewith I have enclosed the bill for the same.please reimburse the uniform cost into my account.

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    #2

    Re: Regarding letter writing

    Hello poongodi, and welcome to the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    I have drafted a letter for to ask for a uniform bill reimbursement for some material I bought to make a uniform. .please correct it.

    The subject part:
    I have bought two pieces of textile material for my uniform (pants and shirt), and I hereby include the receipts for those. a 2.7 m cloth to stitch a pant as well as 7m cloth to stitch a shirt.herewith I have enclosed the bill for the same. Please reimburse the uniform cost and deposit the money into my account.

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    #3

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    Thank you so much.i am having trouble in letter writing.how to improve it.please give some suggestions

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    #4

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    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    Thank you so much.
    You're welcome, but in future, just click Thank/Like. That would be enough.

    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    I am having trouble in writing the letter. writing. How to can I improve it please? give some suggestions
    Start by writing all what you want to say in point form and post it here.

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    #5

    Re: Regarding letter writing

    I want to write a letter for transfer request.how to start??

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    #6

    Re: Regarding letter writing

    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    I want to write a transfer request letter. for transfer request. How to should I start?
    Read post #4 again and follow the advice. Also, make sure you are looking at the corrections we make to your posts. Teechar had already shown you that we don't start a question with "How to ...", that you must capitalise "I" and that you must put a space after every full stop. I have had to correct those errors again in this post.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    So it's necessary to use a auxiliary verb after how in a interrogative sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poongodi View Post
    So it's is it necessary to use an auxiliary verb after "how" in an interrogative sentence?
    Basically, yes; except in sentences such as:

    Are/were you/we/they sure?

    Is/was he/she/it happy?

    Am/was I pregnant?

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    #9

    Re: Regarding letter writing

    I want to write a letter for leave.
    Sir,
    I would like to avail my casual leave on 25 th of this month for the period worked during demonetization.I you to grant permission to avail the same.
    Thanking you

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    Re: Regarding letter writing

    1. We rarely use "avail". Use something like "I would like to apply for leave ...".
    2. What is "the period worked during demonetization"?
    3. There is a word missing between "I" and "you" in the second sentence.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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