Giving instructions

Instead of asking someone to “kindly send the papers to your customer”, it’s much better to use the phrase “Please could you … “. As I’ve said again and again, simple phrases are the best!

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2 Comments

  1. Musavvir

    Till now my words were too long and a local mode .but now i could to improve that.. fine..

    Reply
    • Christine

      It’s not always easy to use fewer words, Musavvir. Practice will make you better (that’s one of my favourite sayings!). 🙂

      Reply

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Written by Christine Burgmer

19. May 2015