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Hi there!
Please help me to correct my leave letter grammar.

thanks in advance!

Dear Sir,

Our schedule of going back to (country). was already fixed on june 19 friday. after that following days Im planning to go directly to our hometown(XYZ Island) to spend vacation with my family. It takes
6-7 hrs by boat and bus b4 it reached to our hometown. In regards to this,

i am unable to file leave personnally, so i write this letter to ask permission
to take leave of absence effective from june 23-26.

Please grant my request.

thank you!
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Abunai, welcome to the forums!
I don't understand your letter. You say that you will take your first day of leave on 19 June, but you are requesting leave from June 23-26. You do not say what you want for June 20-22.
Do you want to take leave from June 19-26?
Or June 19 and then June 23-26?
Also, the length of time to travel to your hometown dies not make sense - Is your manager interested in that?
abunaiHi there!
Please help me to correct my leave letter grammar.

Dear Sir,

i am unable to file leave personally, so I am writing this letter to ask permission
to take leave of absence effective from June 23-26.
Our schedule of going back to (country). was already fixed on Friday June 19. After that following days Im planning to go directly to our hometown(XYZ Island) to spend vacation with my family. It takes 6-7 hrs by boat and bus to reach b4 it reached to our hometown.

Please grant my request.

thank you!

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I am goging to my village from 14.08.09 to 1.09.09 so kindly garnt me leeve
I would suggest something like this: "Dear Sir: I would greatly appreciate it if you would grant me a leave of absence from June 23 to June 26, 2009. I wish to visit my family back home. Respectfully yours, Abunai" Sincerely, James
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