Long Sentences



Long Sentences :




Notice the following long-winded sentence structures:


1. This is to bring to your kind notice that the payment has been delayed.


2. We wish to inform you that we have completed the project for this quarter.


3. We are in receipt of...........


4. This is in acknowledgement of your e-mail......


5. In the event that..........


We fail to realise that these supposedly 'official' styles of writing, in fact, require more processing by the reader and hamper grasping the main point of the e-mail.


One can always use the more direct, yet polite forms, such as:


1. Your payment for the month of ...... has been delayed.


Or


Our records show that your payment for May has been delayed.


2. We have completed the project for this quarter.


3. We have received..........


4. Thank you for your e-mail....../ We have received your e-mail......


5.If/ In case..........



































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