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Sample Letter: Letter (or email) of Apology

What You Say If You Forget A Birthday Or Other Important Occasion Whatyousay.com found an excellent sample letter in L.Sue Baugh’s Handbook for Practical Letter Writing. We have included it here, with a few modifications, so that you can use … Continue reading

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How To Write: Don’t Be Wordy

Too Many Words Can Spoil The Effect by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Avoid unnecessary words and phrases. To give you a sense of the basic idea, here’s a short list of wordy phrases that are often used in letters and email–first … Continue reading

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Writing Advice: Watch Your Tone

Good Writing Advice Whatyousay.com thinks the following advice should always be followed, whether you’re writing a letter or an e mail,  giving a speech or talking one-to-one: “Avoid being too brusque or too gushy. Sincerity involves not only the honest … Continue reading

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How To Write A Letter Or Email To Politicians

What You Say To A Politician About A Topic You Feel Strongly About by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Whatyousay.com is always looking for samples of great letters and emails. So when we discovered L.Sue Baugh’s “Handbook for Practical Letter Writing,” we … Continue reading

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