Writing a letter isn't as simple as some believe it to be. It's often the case that writers make a series of errors, many of which can prove to be rather consequential in certain circumstances. This is especially true with business letters, because a badly written letter is all it takes to put someone off from working with you. So that you don't make any mistakes, we've jotted down a few professional writing tips below.
This will be common knowledge to most, but use verbs and nouns. If you compare your writing to driving a vehicle, verbs and nouns are kind of like the engine and wheels. Similarly, adverbs and adjectives function as the trim and body. Regardless of how elaborate your details are, with no grip or energy, the vehicle won't go anywhere. Adverbs and adjectives are capable of supplementing sturdy verbs and nouns, but there's nothing that can be done for weak ones.
Remember to stay positive too. Utilise such negatives as "not", "won't", and "don't" only when you are looking to deny, and never to evade. As opposed to writing "we can't make a decision until tomorrow", try "we shall decide tomorrow". Even large amounts of negative declarations possess isolated words which operate more efficiently than full-blown negative announcements. Try "disagreeable" rather than "not nice", and "rarely" as an alternative to "not too often".
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