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    Hi Teacher,

    Regarding the holiday notice, I would like to announce to everyone in company about the holiday of each vendor that is the partner and relate in company business. How do to create the subject of letter? Please advise me.

    Vendor Holiday Notice. Is it ok?

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    #2

    Re: What would be the subject?

    Yes, it seems appropriate.

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    Re: What would be the subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sujing View Post
    each vendor that is the partner and relate in company business.
    What does that mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sujing View Post
    Re: What is the subject?

    Hi Teacher,

    How do I write the subject of this letter? Please advise me.

    Subject: Holiday notice regarding vendors

    Regarding the holiday notice, (Unnecessary phrase - get rid of it.)

    I would like to announce to everyone in company about (Unnecessary phrase - get rid of it.)

    the holiday of each vendor that is the partner and relate in company business. (I don't understand this part. Please explain!)

    Is it okay?
    Hi, Sujing!

    It's not okay.

    1. The first problem is that the text not a sentence. (The subject line should not be a sentence, but the text of memos should always be written in sentences.)

    2. Because of that, I don't know what you mean.

    3. You've also put in unnecessary phrases, and that will not help the people who read the memo.

    4. Use "okay" or "OK." It is not okay to use "ok."
    I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.

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    Re: What would be the subject?

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    What does that mean?
    Each vendor is hired by our company to provide administrative service and support as agreement in term and condition.

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    Re: What would be the subject?

    Is it for a letter or an email?

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    Re: What would be the subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sujing View Post
    Hi, Teacher,

    Regarding the holiday notice, I would like to notify announce to everyone in my company about the holidays of each vendor and contractor working with that is the partner and relate in our company. business. How do to create What should I write for the subject of the letter? Please advise me.

    Vendor Holiday Notice. Is it okay/OK? ok?
    Try "Vendor and Contractor Holidays Schedule".

    Dear All,

    Please find enclosed a copy of the 2017 schedule of holidays of our vendors and contractors.

    Regards,

    Su Jing


    [If you're sending an email, use "attached" instead of "enclosed."]

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    Re: What would be the subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Try "Vendor and Contractor Holidays Schedule".

    Dear All,

    Please find enclosed a copy of the 2017 schedule of holidays of our vendors and contractors.

    Regards,

    Su Jing


    [If you're sending an email, use "attached" instead of "enclosed."]
    It's a great choice Teechar, you really understand my point. Thanks ^^

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    Re: What would be the subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Is it for a letter or an email?
    Sorry I just saw your question.

    It for an email.

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    Re: What would be the subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sujing View Post
    It for an email.
    See my note in red in post #7.

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