As for the research I've done on this question — there is a similar question answered herebut I still do not fully understand the details behind it. This I am looking for the right my first question looiing here, so if I made any formatting violations, please point me in the right direction.
Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. Would it be better for me to say: Best to say what you mean as directly as possible; e. If you are writing to a person, use his or her name or title.
If you don't know the name or title, just open your letter with your text. Also, "I would like to make an inquiry" is a "weak" opener. Why else would you be writing?
Get to the point as quickly as possible. Welcome Van, as a first question, it automatically gets put in a review queue.
I think the question is better suited to English language learners because it is mostly tbe matter of not having a lot of experience with English. Additionally, one does not "inquire information.
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