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Formal letter 1 (Sales letter) – письмо с предложением о продаже




 

CLOSET CARE

1248 SE Lancaster Blvd

Tigard, OR 97225

Professor I.B.writing,

Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO 80523

July 7, 1999

 

Dear Mr. Writing,

 

Are you having trouble organizing your clothes into your existing closets? If you are like most Americans, you have trouble finding your favourite shirt when you really need it. This is why it is important to have an organized closet system.

At CLOSET CARE, we have the skills and experience to come in and help you with your closet needs. May we stop by and offer you a FREE estimate at how much it would cost you to rebuild your closet? If so, give us a call at 555-1212 and set up an appointment with one of your friendly operators.

 

Sincerely,

(signature here)

Kent Lenoir

President

Formal letter 2 (Claim letter) – рекламационное письмо

WJ&M Construction Company

2383 NW Turner Blvd

Tigard, OR 97225

 

Kent Lenoir, President

Closet Care

Tigard, OR 97225

 

Dear Mr. Lenoir,

 

As someone who has worked with you for over 12 years, we were very disappointed to see the work that you did on one of the houses we subcontracted to you in the Camas development.

As our oral agreement stipulated, we expected 5 black armoire units to be installed in the master bedroom, but instead, we found that 3 white particle-board desks were put in. I think you will agree that a communication problem exists.

We would like you to send out a crew to take out the white desks and put the black armoire units in immediately, or provide us with a refund.

 

Yours truly,

W.J.Billings,

President

 

Formal letter 3 (Adjustment letter) – письмо с целью урегулирования претензий

CLOSET CARE

1248 SE Lancaster Blvd

Tigard, OR 97225

July 17, 1999

W.J. Billings, President

WJ&M Construction Company

2383 NW Turner Blvd

Tigard, OR 97225

 

Dear Ms. Billings,

 

I was very disappointed to read your letter of July 10th dealing with the issue of wrong product installed in one of your homes. As someone who values your business, I have already put a plan in motion to fix the problem.

My warehouse manager and a crew will be at the site July 19th to take out the white desks and replace them with the black armoire units, free of charge. Also, we will deduct another 10 percent of the bill for the misunderstanding. Thank you for your patience.

 

Sincerely,

(signature here)

Kent Lenoir

President

 

SUPPLEMENT 5

Four types of reading of vowels in stressed syllables:

Letters Type of reading A [ei] O [ou] E [i:] I [ai] Y [wai] U[ju:]
I Open syllable [ei] name, case, take, make, cake [ou] note, rose, nose, bone [i:] be, he, me, Pete [ai]   fine, nine, my, type, time, line sky, shy [ju:] tune, cube, tube, mule
II Closed syllable [æ] flat, map, cat, man, bat [o] not, hot, lot, fog [e] pen, ten, pet, men [i] sit, big, myth, lynx, pin system [Λ] cup, but, cut, bus
III Before final R or R+consonant [a:] large, far, car, farm [o:] fork, sport, born [ə:] term, her sir, firm, Byrd, fur, turn, girl Cyrd burn
IV Before RE or before R + vowel [εə] Mary, vary, care, hare [o:] more, store, story [iə] here, mere [aiə] fire, wire, tyre hire [juə] during, pure, cure

SUPPLEMENT 6

English rhymes:

Module 1

[i:]

There was once a man from Niece

Who jointed in the fight for peace.

When asked to say why

He replied: “I must try

To prevent our untimely decease”.

 

[i]

There was a young man who was beaten

By twenty two cats and a kitten.

Cried he: “It is clear

My end is quite near.

No matter I`ll die like a Briton.

 

[p], [i - i:], [e – æ]

Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled pepper.

A pack of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled pepper

Where`s the pack of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked?

[b]

Betty Botta bought some butter.

“But”, she said, “this butter`s bitter,

But a bit of better butter

Will make my batter better”.

And she bought a bit of butter

Better than the bitter butter.

And it made her batter better.

So it was better Betty Botta

Bought a bit of better butter.

Module 2

[e]

There once was a student named Bessor

Whose knowledge grew lesser and lesser.

It at last grew so small

He knew nothing at all.

And today he`s a college professor.

 

[æ]

Jack Sprat could eat no fat,

His wife could eat no lean.

And so, between them both, you see,

They left the platter clean.

Jack Sprat ate all the lean,

His wife at all the fat.

And when the bone was clean

They gave it to the cat.

 

[θ]

I can think of six thin things.

Six thin things, can you?

Yes, I can think of six thin things

And of six thick things too.

 

[ð]

Whether the weather be fine,

Or whether the weather be not.

Whether the weather be cold,

Or whether the weather be hot.

We`ll weather the weather

Whatever the weather

Whether we like it or not.

Module 3

[o:]

Tommy Trot, a man of law,

Sold his bed and lay upon straw.

Sold the straw and lay on grass

To buy his wife a looking glass.

 

[oi]

The loyal royal envoy was boiled in oil.

 

[s]

Sing a song of seasons

Something bright in all

Flowers in the summer

Fires in the fall.

 

[∫]

She sells sea-shells on the sea-shore.

The shells that she sells are sea-shells, I`m sure.

 

Module 4

[ai]

There was a young lady of Niger

Who smiled as she rode on a tiger.

At the end of the ride

Was the lady inside

And the smile on the face of the tiger.

 

[au]

Mr. Brown, Mr. Brown

Are you going downtown?

Could you stop and take me down?

Thank you kindly, Mr. Brown.

 

[ŋ]

As I was going along, along, along

Singing a comical song, song, song.

The lane that I went was so long

And the song that I sang was as long

And so I went singing along.

[w]

Why do you cry, Willy?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willy, why, Willy, why, Willy, why?

Whenever we meet

There is a tear in your eye.

Why, Willy, why, Willy, why, Willy, why?

 

Module 5

[i:] – [e]

There was a young lady of Crete

Who was so exceedingly neat.

When she got out of bed

She stood on her head

To make sure of not soiling her feet.

 

[æ]

Pussy-Cat, Pussy-Cat,

Can you catch that big fat rat?

If you catch that bad fat rat

You will have some milk for that.

 

[b]

A big black bug bit a big black bear,

Then the big black bear bit the big black bug.

And when the big black bear bit the big black bug,

Then the big black bug bit the big black bear.

 

[w]

If a twist twists a twister

And the twist that twists the twister

Untwists the twister

What becomes of the twist?

Module 6

[iə]

There was an old man with a beard

Who said, “It is just as I feared!

Two owls and a hen,

Four larks and a wren

Have all built their nests in my beard!”

 

[oi], [z]

What kind of noise annoys an oyster?

A noisy noise annoys an oyster.

 

[s]

The bottle of perfume that Willie sent

Was highly displeasing to Millicent.

Her thanks were so cold

That they quarrelled, I`m told,

Through that silly scent Willie sent Millicent.

 

[∫]

The shoemaker`s shop is shut today.

Oh, what shall I do with my shoes?

The shoemaker`s shop is shut, I say.

And there are big holes in my shoes.

The holes in my shoes may stop my play.

Oh, what shall I do with my shoes?

 

Module 7

[ai]

There was a young fellow of Lime

Who lived with three wives at a time.

When asked, “Why the third?”

He said, “One`s absurd,

And bigamy, sir, is a crime”.

 

[a:]

There was an old man in a barge

Whose nose was exceedingly large.

But in fishing by night

It supported the light

Which helped that old man in a barge.

 

[dz]

Can you imagine an imaginary menagerie

Manager managing an imaginary menagerie?

 

[ ]

What is pleasure? Children? Treasure?

Work or leisure? All to measure.

 

Module 8

[o:]

There was an old man on the border

Who lived in the utmost disorder.

He danced with the cat,

And made tea in his hat

Which vexed all the folks on the border.

 

[o]

Mr. Shott and Mr. Nott agreed to fight a duel.

Nott was shot and Shott was not,

So it is better to be Shott than Nott.

Shott and not Nott shot the shot that shot Nott.

If the shot that Shott shot which shot Nott

Had shot Shott and not Nott,

Shott instead of Nott would have been shot

And Nott would not.

 

[i:]

A sailor went to sea

To see what he could see.

But all that he could see

Was sea, sea, sea.

[ ]

Buy a television and be sure on this occasion

You`ll get your pleasure without measure.

 

SUPPLEMENT 7





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