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Hello! I'm a new member here.

I have a question please, I want some little help about writing an email. When i want to write an email for someone i don't know, for example I saw an interested course by searching in the internet and i decided to apply, i write email to ask for more information about the course. The question is here now, HOW I have to start writing the email, like always when i write email I say hello and start asking the question < is it the write way to write email OR there is another way?!!. Sorry for Prolongation and accept my greetings. I want someone to bother themself to correct my writng MISTAKS ,,Emotion: big smilePlsEmotion: embarrassed

Looking forward for the reply.

Thanks for ur time. S.A.
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Hi,

Hello! I'm a new member here. Welcome.Emotion: smile

I have a question please, I want some little help about writing an email. When i want to write an email for someone i don't know, for example I saw an interested course by searching in the internet and i decided to apply, i write email to ask for more information about the course. The question is here now, HOW I have to start writing the email, like always when i write email I say hello and start asking the question < is it the write way to write email OR there is another way?!!. Sorry for Prolongation and accept my greetings. I want someone to bother themself to correct my writng MISTAKS ,,Pls

Looking forward for the reply.

Thanks for ur time. S.A.

I have a question, please. I want a little help about writing an email to someone I don't know. For example, if I saw an interesting course while searching in the internet and I decided to apply, I would write email to ask for more information about the course. The question is HOW I have to start writing the email. Fore xample, when I write an email I always say 'hello' and start asking the question. Is this the right way? OR is there another way?!!. Sorry for prolongation and accept my greetings. I want someone to bother themself to correct my writing MISTAKES ,Please.

Looking forward to the reply.

Thanks for your time. S.A.

Please ask about any edits you do not understand.

The pronoun 'I' is always a capital.

Don't use short forms like u or ur. Those are just for text messaging on your phone

In answer to your question, you don't always have to say 'hello'.

You can just start with eg

I would be grateful for more infomation about . . . .


Clive

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Thanks for your correction and your help, accept my greetingsEmotion: smile

S.A