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  • Dear Mr Smith, I forgot to put down what number questions to do on the math homework. Could you tell me what they are? Sincerely, Bob
  • Do
  • This is good because it tells who they are and who they are talking to, has no spelling errors and is short and to the point.
  • Dear coach Steve, I won't be able to go to practice today because I have a dentist appointment. From Larry.
  • Do
  • Dear Mr Johnson, My google docs keeps on crashing when I open it up. Is there any way I can fix it? If so please tell me. From Jack
  • This is a good email because it clearly states what the problem is, is not to long, states who it is from and who it is for, and has been checked for spelling errors.
  • Don't
  • This is a good email because it is short and to the point, has there name, says who they are sending it to, and is not rude in any way.
  • i 4got 2 put down the the the homewrok. Can u tell me what it it was.
  • Don't
  • Wazup. I got a dentsit appointment and i have 2 miss pratcice. I realy hate going 2 the dentist it not fun.
  • Don't
  • Hi, google drive not working. how do u fix it. i need to know now!!
  • This is not good because it has not been checked for spelling, has slang language, does not say who it was from, or who they are sending it to.
  • That was horrible because it has slang language, has a ton of spelling errors, and is includes things that are not irrelevant to the topic. Why on Earth would coach need to now that you hate the dentist?
  • This is a bad email because, it does not state who it is from and who it is for, hardly even describes the problem, and has slang language.
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