I need this by 8pm tonight email me that you'll be able to meet this deadline before I will accept your bid. Thanks!
I attached a document that will help with the email excercise.
Analyze the following email messages (Message A and B). Before you analyze the messages, read the Email Lecture.
Answer the following questions:
1. What is the purpose of the email messages? Is it stated in the first paragraph? Which email message does the best job in stating the purpose?
2. What can you say about the tone of the messages?
3. Which message presents the information in the best way? Why?
4. Do either message clearly state who the audience is? If so, how do they do this?
Lately, we have been missing laser repair files for our 4meg wafers. After brief investigation, I have found the main reason for the missing data.
Occasionally, some of you have wrongly probed the wafers under the correlate step and the data is then copied into the Nonprod step using the QTR program. This is really stupid. When date is copied this way the repair data is not copied, it remains under the correlate step.
To avoid this problem, first probe the wafers the right way. If a wafer must be proved under a different step, the wafer in the CHANGE file must be rename to the *.* format.
Editing the wafer data file should be used only as a last resort. If this becomes a common problem, we could have more problems with invalid data that there are now.
Supers and leads: please pass this information along to those who need to know.
Lately, we have been missing laser repair files for our 4meg wafers. In this e-mail I want to briefly describe the problem and recommend a method for solving it.
Here is what I think is happening. Some of the wafers have been probed under the correlate step; this method copies the data into the Nonprod step, and leaves the repair data uncopied. It remains under the correlate step.
To prevent this problem, please use the probing method outlined in Spec 344-012. If a wafer must be probed using a different method, rename the wafer in the CHANGE file to the *.* format. Edit the wafer data file only as a last resort.
I'm sending along copies of Spec 344-012. Would you please pass this e-mail and the spec to all of your operators.
Thanks. Please get in touch with me if you have any questions.
Cut out unnecessary words or phrases.
(This may seem to be tricky. There are several ways of dealing with each sentence.)
Preparing the client’s final bill involves the checking of all invoices for the project.
Preparing the client’s final bill involves
the checking of all [project] invoices for the project.
Preparing the client’s final bill involves checking project invoices.
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|Due By (Pacific Time)||11/03/2013 08:00 pm|
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