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Hello, Could someone please have a look at the sick application letter below for grammar mistakes, and weird sentences?
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Dear Madam,
The reason I was absent on Tuesday, February 13th, 2007, was I was seriously afflicted with gastric pain. I had been taken to a local hospital at 4’o clock in the previous night. The doctor had given me some injections, and had advised me to take some rest, as the energy level had been quite low.
Therefore, I feel I should be allowed to use sick time.
Meanwhile, thanking you and assuring you of my efforts as ever I put in.

With great regards,

Sincerely,
Name

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Hi,

I've suggested a few changes, followed by an alternative version.

Dear Madam,
The reason I was absent on Tuesday, February 13th, 2007, was that i was seriously ill with gastric pain. I had been taken to a local hospital at 4’o clock the previous night. The doctor gave me some injections and advised me to take some rest, as my energy level was quite low.
Therefore, I feel I should be allowed to use sick time.
Meanwhile, thank you and I assure you of my renewed efforts as soon as I return to work.

With great regards,

Sincerely,
Name


In Canada, the above would not be suitable. Sick leave is normally something that the employee is entitled to use, sometimes with the provision of a doctor's note if the absence is greater than 3 days. It is not necessary to ask your boss for permission to use sick leave, and it is not necessary to tell your boss all your private and personal medical information.

Here's what I would write, here in Canada. However, normally I wouldn't even write at all. Instead, I would phone my boss.

Dear Mary,

I was absent on Tuesday, Feb. 13th. because I was sick. My doctor has prescribed rest, but I hope to be back at work on Monday, Feb. 19th.


Best wishes,


Clive
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Dont be worried about that .
When you have time and good health then you can come.

See you bye