Please have a look at the following short letters and make sure the words sound professional and sentence structure, flow, punctuation, mood, and
tense are presented in a manner that makes sense, while looking out for
P.S. I have put some parentheses where I myself some doubts or perplexities.
So many thanks in advance.
This is to notify you that the cases will not be carried out by Sarah now. They will now be carried out at the City Office. Therefore, please contact Mr. Calvin or Mr. Mathew Smith now.
Which phrase is the best? This is to notify you
This sounds a bit sharp. If that's what you intend, then it's fine, Asad.
This is to inform you
This is softer, more polite.
I would like to have you know
This doesn't sound all that natural. "I would like to let you know that ..." is more natural.
I would like to have you know that I spoke with Miss Sarah. She said the cases will now be carried out at the City Office by you. I spoke to Mr. Mathew too, and he also said the same thing. (Is it correct to use “too” and “also” here?)
Both 'too' and 'also' are fine here.
Please carry out the previous cases which I sent you via e-mail(s?). The will now not be done by anyone else. (Do I need the "s" there"?)
No Asad, we don't need an 's' on email.
Student or Learner