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Tips for writing EFFECTIVE E-MAILS. Another WS in my series. Level: Pre-Interm. and higher. There is a TEXT with gaps. Students read the text and insert the given words into the gaps, then they are asked to explain the highlighted words in English and translate them into L1 if necessary. There are Discussion questions on the topic of Emailing. Have a great week, Kate(kkcat).
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Level:intermediate Age: 13-17
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Sorry, I´ve just read it and I think there are some mistakes.. "Have you ever needed to email someone - a stranger, asking them (shouldn´t here be he or she? since someone is singular). How can one compose email such that they will be read and responded to? (shouldn´t it be: ´so´instead of such? and ´an email´)