I always write it this way:
'We attach the catalogue as requested.'
Is this grammatically correct?
]On Behalf Of Bill Kelly
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 8:27 PM
Subject: [BelajarEnglish] Re: modern vs old fashion english
Your examples are good ones. They remind us that it is usually best to
write as concisely as possible.
One small correction to your first old example. It should read:
"We are pleased to enclose herewith our catalogue as requested by you
for your kind perusal."
Rosliza Ishak wrote:
> Dear all,
> I would like to share this knowledge from what I have learned at BC. If, I
> am wrong, pls let me know....thanks a lot.
> Sometimes when we write a formal letter to other company, we always use
> kind of sentences to make it sound better but actually this is old fashion
> English which is not very practical to use.
> So,we can make it "K I S S" - Keep It Sweet & Simple
> Ex :
> We are please to enclose herewith our catalogue as request by you for your
> kind perusal
> We are attaching the catalog as requested.
> Should you have any query, please do not hesitate to contact the
> at 03-22222222.
> Please contact me on 03-2222222 for further information.
> Kindly acknowledge receipt for the abovementioned document by signing the
> duplicate of this letter.
> Kindly acknowledge receipt.
> Still have a lots to share..but wait for the next email, ok.
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