Business Letter Writing Skills - Part 1
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Business Letter Writing Skills - Part 1

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    Pamela F.
    US
    Pamela F.

    This course module needs someone who speaks the language better.

    Virginia M.
    CA
    Virginia M.

    I would prefer to read the lecture, then move on to the next topic, rather than listen to the lecture. But it doesn't seem possible to do that. I tried advancing the timeline across the bottom to the end, but then the video stalled and restarted. There was no obvious way to advance to the next part.

    Vinay K.
    IN
    Vinay K.

    13 Elements explanatory was good and brief ..

    Sam G.
    PG
    Sam G.

    Explanations are simple and clear.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    Interesting session as far as why business letters are necessary as a form of communication.As well as the different kinds of business letters.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    Why isn't their one standard form of business letter writing instead of several different forms of business letter writing?

    Lydia S.
    US
    Lydia S.

    I agree this needs to be in document format to read like the beginning of the class, this video has a lot of repetitive verbalization comments.

    B S.
    US
    B S.

    i prefer to read the lecture instead of listen to this.

    Usha R.
    IN
    Usha R.

    It gives basic ideas to write a letter

    David M.
    GB
    David M.

    Left aligned is the common practise in the UK as well as the United States. The 'standard' approach is not used even when communicating to parliament.

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