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The new edition of The Oxford Handbook of Commercial Correspondence is a welcome revised and updated version of this reference guide to writing effective. Shows you how to handle enquiries, banking, insurance, personnel, and social correspondence. Improves your written style by explaining the language of. Of Commercial Correspondence New Edition [PDF] [EPUB] OXFORD HANDBOOK OF. Commercial Correspondence. Fernand Biot. Download.

People in Business: The Representation of self and multiple identities in business e-mails. In In Gillaerts, P. Eds , Genre Variation in Business Letters.

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In Berkenkotter, C. Eds , Insights into Academic Genres. Bern: Peter Lang, 11— Google Scholar Hymes, D. On Communicative Competence. In Pride, J. The unabbreviated form Mister should not be used. It is advisableto use this form of addresswhen you are unsure whetherthe woman you are vwiting to is married or not, or do not know which title she prefers. L Parker,but more commonly forms part of the name of a company,e. Other courtesytitles indude aca'demicor medical titles, e.

Doctor Dr ,Professor Prof. Captain Capt. Sirmeansthat the addresseeis a knight, and is always followed by afirst name,e. SirlohnBrown, never Sirl. Brown or SirBrown. It should not be confusedwith the saruran roN Dear Sir.

It can only be used instead of Mr, and is placedafter the name. Do not useEsq. BruceHill Esq. All these courtesy titles, exceptEsq.

Yoursfaithfully B. Ka"a,eW Ms B. Kaasen I G E o! Professor , but is not necessaryif it takes the form ofthe first and last letter of the word, e. Dr Doctor. However,somepeoplepreferto write, e. Again, whatever you chooseto do,you shouldbe consistent throughout your correspondence. Jobtitle known If you do not know the name of the person you are writing to, but know their job title, you can usethat, e.

Departmentknown Alternatively, you can addressyour letter to a particular department of the company,e. Companyknown Finally,if youknow nothing aboutthe company and do not knowwhich person or department your letter should go to, you can simply addressthe letter to the company itself, e. It is also common to substitute the name of the country with an initial beforethe district codenumber. Thesetwo examples are from Italy and Germany 'Deufschland' respectively. Salutation Dear Siropensa letter written to a man whose name you do not know.

Dear Sirsis usedto addressa company. In American English a letter to a company usually openswith Gentlemen. DearMadam is usedto addressa woman, whether single or married, who;e name you do notknow.

Noticethat Ms Kaasen in the letter on page9 usesthis form, i. Whenyou knowthe name of the personyou are writingto,but do not knowthemwell, the salutation takes the form of Dear followedby a courtesytitle andthe person'ssurname. Initials or first names are not used with courtesy titles, e.

Smith or DearMr lohn Smith. Businessassociates who you knowwell can be addressedusing just their first nam e,e. Dear lohn. A comma afterthe salutation is optional, i. It is also acceptable,butlesscommon,to placeit inthe top left-hand corner. Punctuation is rarely used in addresses thesedays.

The sLocrrp srylr is the most widely used,i. In contrast with practice in some other countries,in the UK it is not usual to write the sender'sname before his or her address.

Date The date is written directly below the sender's address,separatedfrom it by a space. The month in the date should not be written in figures asthis can be confusing; for example r. It is acceptableto write the date with or without the abbreviations-th and -nd,e.

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Odoberz4or z4October. These arematters of personal preference,but whatever you chooseyou should be consistent throughout your correspondence. Surnameknown If you knowthe name of the person you are writing to, write it asthe first line of the address. Mr LE. Counrr sy rrrrE s usedin addresses areas follows: The unabbreviated form Mister should not be used.

It is advisableto use this form of addresswhen you are unsure whetherthe woman you are vwiting to is married or not, or do not know which title she prefers.

L Parker,but more commonly forms part of the name of a company,e. Other courtesytitles indude aca'demicor medical titles, e.

Doctor Dr ,Professor Prof. Captain Capt. Sirmeansthat the addresseeis a knight, and is always followed by afirst name,e. SirlohnBrown, never Sirl. Brown or SirBrown. It should not be confusedwith the saruran roN Dear Sir. It can only be used instead of Mr, and is placedafter the name. Do not useEsq. BruceHill Esq. All these courtesy titles, exceptEsq.

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Ka"a,eW Ms B. Kaasen I G E o! Professor , but is not necessaryif it takes the form ofthe first and last letter of the word, e. Dr Doctor.

However,somepeoplepreferto write, e. Again, whatever you chooseto do,you shouldbe consistent throughout your correspondence. Jobtitle known If you do not know the name of the person you are writing to, but know their job title, you can usethat, e. Departmentknown Alternatively, you can addressyour letter to a particular department of the company,e.

Companyknown Finally,if youknow nothing aboutthe company and do not knowwhich person or department your letter should go to, you can simply addressthe letter to the company itself, e. It is also common to substitute the name of the country with an initial beforethe district codenumber. Thesetwo examples are from Italy and Germany 'Deufschland' respectively.

Salutation Dear Siropensa letter written to a man whose name you do not know. Dear Sirsis usedto addressa company.Davidlenkins,and whether you include your courtesy title in your signature block as in the letter on page 9. Oxford Handbook of Commercial Correspondence.

L Parker,but more commonly forms part of the name of a company,e.

Boardof Directors The name of the chairman inthe USA,the president ,who runs the concern,may be given, as well as the names of the directors,who decide the overall policy of the company. Allen 13 t! Other Related Materials pages.