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    Post Block buster DVD

    Would you please help to write the following message? Thank you.

    Dear K,

    You borrowed DVD "A" on April 30th for two weeks from the Block Buster. This DVD has been requested by another person. Therefore we would like to recall this DVD "A" from you. The new return date for this DVD is now May 07,2009.

    Thank you very much,

    Block Buster

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    Re: Block buster DVD

    Is this just an academic exercise? Aside from needing a space before "2009" changing "Blockbuster" to one word and writing it as "The Blockbuster Staff," the writing is okay.

    However, if this is a real letter, forget it. If the customer rented it for a two-week period, you don't get to just say "Oh, but never mind - you only have it for only one week now." You don't get to change the terms of the contract. You can only express your appreciation if they return it at their earliest convenience.

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