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Directions: Respond to the email as if you are a travel agent at Getaway Travel. In your email, give TWO pieces of information about tour packages and ONE suggestion.

Dear Ms. Marilyn,

Thank you for the e-mail dated March 14. We are happy to know that you are concern about our tour packages. As you require, a tour package is not too expensive but also have lots of fun, I suggest you a tour go to Taiwan. Our trip to Taiwan is having a discount of 10% off the total cost. Also, it has a lot of beautiful places for you to visit and take photos. If you need more information, please provide us the phone number, we will contact you soon. We look forward to serving you.

Yours Sincerely,

The Travel Agent

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Trinh TrầnDirections: Respond to the email

What email are you responding to? How can we help you if we do not know the task?

You wrote 105 words. The minimum is 150! So you will get a low score.
You need to write in paragraphs.

Trinh TrầnDear Ms. Marilyn,
Thank you for the e-mail dated March 14. We are happy to know that you are concern about our tour packages. As you require, a tour package is not too expensive but also have lots of fun, I suggest you a tour go to Taiwan. Our trip to Taiwan is having a discount of 10% off the total cost. Also, it has a lot of beautiful places for you to visit and take photos. If you need more information, please provide us the phone number, we will contact you soon. We look forward to serving you.
Yours Sincerely,
The Travel Agent

Dear Ms. Marilyn,

Business letters do not use the person's first name. That is not polite. "Ms. Marilyn" is not correct because her family name is not Marilyn.

Since you did not include the letter, I do not know how to change it.


Thank you for the e-mail dated March 14. We are happy to know that you are concern (wrong verb, and wrong verb form) about our tour packages. As you require, (wrong punctuation. Never put a comma between a verb and the direct object) a tour package is not too expensive (Ungrammatical. The verb "is" does not have any subject.) but also have lots of fun, I suggest you a tour go (wrong verb form) to Taiwan. Our trip to Taiwan is having (wrong verb form) a discount of 10% off the total cost. Also, it has a lot of beautiful places for you to visit and take photos. If you need more information, please provide us your the phone number, (comma splice error. Do not connect two sentences with a comma.) we will contact you soon. We look forward to serving you.
Yours Sincerely,
The Travel Agent (Incorrect closing. You must give the name of the travel agency.)


Sample letter

Dear Ms. Jones,

Thank you for the e-mail dated March 14. We are happy that you are interested in our wonderful tour packages. As you require one that is is not too expensive but where you can enjoy yourself, I suggest our special 10-day Taiwan cruise and land excursion. The cruise is for 5 days. It stops near beautiful beaches to escape from the crowds and go swimming or walking. You will certainly enjoy the ship's facilities with a live band and dance floor. The food is exceptional. The 5-day land portion takes you by luxury bus to the major tourist attractions. You can learn a lot about the beautiful island of Taiwan with remote mountains and scenery. In the large cities, you have free time to visit museums and historic temples. All the hotels are three-star or higher. Airfare is included. Besides, this month we are offering a discount of 10% and there are still several nice cabins to choose from.

If you need more information, please reply with your phone number and we will contact you. We look forward to serving you.

Sincerely,

Karen Smith
Getaway Travel

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I am practicing e-mail task for TOEIC writing, so it unnecessary for my to write 150 words. And I really don't know how to post a new paragraph not to be moved???

You did not tell us that this was for TOEIC. Most students here are practicing for IELTS exams..

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