Showing posts with label Letters. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Letters. Show all posts

Letter Applying for a Job

Letter-I


Roslan Sultan

199 Jalan Baik

Singapore 999199

21 September 2003


The Personnel Officer

Prototype Construction Company Private Limited


Dear Sir,

         I am writing in response to your advertisement in the 'Singapore Voice today. I am particularly interested in applying for the post of 'Administrative Officer'.

         I have just left school and am presently waiting for my 'A' Levels examination results. I am looking for permanent employment. In this regard I am pleased to inform you that I have been excused from National service on grounds that I have flat feet.

         Even though I have no experience in the job advertised, I have the necessary educational qualifications. Also, I have undergone a few leadership training courses which have prepared me to cope with situations where I have to motivate people to give of their best.

         If I am given an opportunity, I shall prove myself. I am pleased to send with this letter my resume and testimonials. I hope to have the pleasure of working for your company.


Yours Faithfully

Roslan Sultan


Letter-II


Daniel Teo

115 Rivervale Road

Singapore 444115

12 October 2003


The Personnel Officer

Web Engineers Pte Ltd


Dear Sir,

          I am writing in response to your advertisement in the 'Singapore Voice today. I am interested in working for your company as an engineer.

          Presently I am working for a small company in Tuas. I am the assistant engineer in Manpower Engineering. The problem at present is that this is a small company and I would very much like to extend my horizon by working for a large company like Web Engineers.

          I hold a degree in engineering from National University of Singapore. I have several references from our clients and have my present company's permission to show them to you. In fact, my present boss approves of my writing to you to apply for this job, as he is aware that I need a bigger challenge.

           Enclosed are copies of relevant documents. I will be happy to call on you at your earliest convenience.


Yours Faithfully

Daniel Teo


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Jasmine

Block 168 Pasir Ris Drive 3

#093627

Singapore S20168

14 August 2003


Dear Maria,

            I am not sure that you want to hear from me but let me get it off my chest anyway.

            I ask your forgiveness for my behaviour at your birth day party that day I realize now that you must have felt very hurt give no excuses for my behaviour except that I was not quite myself after I heard that criticism from John As I see it now, there was no good reason for me to have blown my top. I have already apologized to him and he has graciously accepted my apology. But still I think the greater wrong I did was to you, as it was your birthday. 

            I sincerely hope that you will find it in your heart to forgive me and that we can be friends again.


Yours Faithfully

Jasmine


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Christopher

Thomson Walk

De 383000

18 December 2003


My dear Tom

               It was with a sense of personal loss that I received the sand news of the demise of your grandfather, Mr. Marcus John.

               He was a great man and I know how painful this must be for you. I know that he meant a lot to you and you to him in times of such sudden sorrow, we must be brave. I would urge you at this time to understand that good people do not pass from us since they remain as part of us forever. The elder gentleman has left a lot with us. We have gathered a lot of memories from our contacts with him, which we will cherish.

              Let me in parting say that I shall miss him as much as you like you, I will remember all the good memories we have of this great man and friend.

              My love to all the members of your family.


Yours Truly

Christopher


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Gertrude Lim

34 Um Tal See Road

Singapore 474034

30 July 2003


My dear Catherine,

                       Congratulations for having successfully attained your degree. 

                       I am one of those who have watched you study hard and make so many sacrifices. Well, finally it has all paid off. I am sure your parents are proud of you. Let me add that as a friend, I am proud of you too. I think I can safely say, 'It cannot happen to a better person. I hope to meet you soon and convey my best wishes in person.

                      Please convey my best regards to your parents. My congratulations are to them also.


Yours Truly

Gertrude Lim


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Letter-I


Margaret Tham

56 Aljunied Drive

Singapore 473956

6 October 2003


The Manager

Oliver's Departmental Store

12 Oliver Road

Singapore 749412


Dear Sir

I have been a patron of Oliver's since it opened its doors in 1999. The reasons are obvious: I get good service, or rather, I used to get good service. 

            It has been my misfortune to shop at your departmental store last Saturday. I went to the cosmetic counter to buy some toiletries for my wife. First of all, I was aghast at the attitude of the sales ladies who were manning the place. They were busy chatting and were not the least interested in paying any attention to me. In fact when I called one of them and asked for an item, she said, 'You find it yourself ! and went back to chatting with her friend. I have her name: Isabella. At this point, I walked out in disgust and am determined that I will never shop with you again.

Thank you.


Yours Faithfully

Margaret Tham


Letter-II


Lim Ah Siew

Block 34 Jalan Maria

#09-344

Singapore 234344

23 September 2003


Housing Development Board

Changi Area Office

122 Lower Changi Road

Singapore 484823


Dear Sir,

            I am one of those who have the pleasure of living in the HDB estate under the care of your area office. I am pleased to inform you that in the twelve years I have lived here, I am generally satisfied with the way the estate and the area office are being administrated. However, now I have a matter of grave importance to bring to your attention.

             On 9 August, I was at your office to renew my car park permit. I started queuing at about nine o'clock in the morning, before the office opened. For some unknown reason, the counter which issues the permits did not start work until ten o'clock. I cannot think of any reason for this as your notice to me clearly says that the office opens at nine o'clock. As a result of what happened, I arrived at my office an hour late, and met the displeasure of my boss.

            I would appreciate an explanation to the absurd situation that seems to have risen at our area office.

Thank you.


Yours Sincerely

Lim Ah Siew


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A Letter Declining an Invitation

S6 Sremban Road

Sevedan

West Malaysia

7 June 2003


My dear Samsiah,

           All of us here are fine and we hope that it is the same with you. Thank you for your letter and for your invitation

I am sorry but I have to decline your generous invitation and forego the opportunity of spending a whole month with you. Belleve me, I would rather be with you than anywhere else on earth.

           I have to decline because my father has got a new job and will be starting work soon. It is out of this state and we are moving to Penang to be with him. At a time when so many things are happening. I cannot be away, can I?

           A piece of good news though. I can spend the holidays with you in November. We can decide later whether I will come to your country or you to mine.

           Please convey my best regards to your family and wish your father and mother a good holiday in Egypt.


Yours Sincerely

Latakumari


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Latakumari

S6 Sremban Road

Seremban

West Malaysia

7 June 2003


My dear Samsiah,

           All of us here are fine and we hope that it is the same with you. Thank you for your letter and for your invitation.

           Yes! I will be thrilled to spend the holidays with you. Both my father and mother have agreed. I think they are happy to get me out of the house for a while. I am a little sad that your parents and that little pest (as you call your brother) will not be around. I would have liked to be with them too. Please convey my best wishes to them for a nice holiday in Egypt.

           I will arrive by train on 15 June 2003. Please do not bother to meet me. I think I can find your house rather easily. I am really, really looking forward to staying with you.

Till we meet, bye.


Yours Sincerely

Latakumari


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Samsiah Bujang

34 Jalan Siap

Singapore 232334

25 May 2003


My dear Lata,

           How are you getting on? How about your family? Fine, I hope. Here we are all fine and getting ready for the school holidays.

I have got fantastic news. Both my father and mother are going on a long holiday to Egypt. They want to see the pyramids and guess what, they have agreed that you may come and stay with me for the holidays.

          I am glad to extend to you an invitation to come and spend your holidays with me. Please write and inform me of your acceptance and the date you can come and so on. Just imagine, all the time to ourselves. What about that little pest, my brother? No problem, he is going to Malaysia to stay with our aunt, so it is only you and I in the house for a month.

Please write soon.


Yours Truly

Samsiah


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